FIREWIND To Headline Greece's SCHOOLWAVE Festival

June 24, 2008

Greek metallers FIREWIND have confirmed one and only exclusive show in Greece this summer at the Schoolwave festival.

Schoolwave is a very special event which gives young unsigned bands from all over the country the chance to play their music in front of thousands of people. Entrance to the festival is free.

FIREWIND will headline this event and are confirmed to appear on Sunday, July 6 in Athens at Theatro Vraxon.

FIREWIND will have its latest album, "The Premonition", released in Japan on June 25 through King Records. The LP will be made available on a limited-edition CD+DVD including four songs from the band's acclaimed hometown show in Thessaloniki on January 12, 2008, plus in-depth interviews with all bandmembers. In addition, the album will contain three bonus tracks: "Ride To The Rainbow's End", "Spirits In A Digital World" and "Mercenary Man" (acoustic version).

FIREWIND's "Mercenary Man" single entered the Greek chart at position No. 6.

Metal Sanaz of MySpace's "A Place For Metal" conducted an interview with guitarist Gus G. of FIREWIND on May 30, 2008 concert at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, California. Watch the three-and-half-minute chat below.

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