FLOWING TEARS To Support SAMAEL In Europe

August 27, 2004

German goth metallers FLOWING TEARS have secured the opening slot on SAMAEL's upcoming European tour beginning on October 22 in Bald Salzungen, Germany.

Commented FLOWING TEARS vocalist Helen Vogt: "Yes! We will tour again! And it’s a real honour for us touring with such a great band like SAMAEL. I guess this will be a very interesting package! We are looking forward to playing we never played before like Slovenia and Croatia. So, hope to see you all on the road! Greetings!"

FLOWING TEARS supporting SAMAEL:

Oct. 22 - Bad Salzungen, GER @ Kalle-Werk
Oct. 23 - Ingolstadt, GER @ Ohrakel
Oct. 24 - Ludwigsburg, GER @ Rockfabrik
Oct. 25 - Saarbrücken, GER @ Garage
Oct. 26 - Osnabrück, GER @ N8
Oct. 27 – Poznan, POL @ Eskulap
Oct. 28 - Bydogoszcz, POL @ Kuznia
Oct. 29 - Warszawa, POL @ Proxima
Oct. 30 - Krakow, POL @ Studio
Oct. 31 - Wroclaw, POL @ WZ
Nov. 01 – Brno, CZR @ Fleda
Nov. 02 – Budapest, HUN @ A38
Nov. 03 – Zagreb, CRO @ Mochvara
Nov. 04 – Codevilla, ITA @ Thunderroad
Nov. 05 – Zürich, SWI @ Volkshaus
Nov. 06 - After Club, FRA @ Amneville
Nov. 08 - Paris, FRA @ La Locomotive
Nov. 10 – Rome, ITA @ Alpheus
Nov. 11 – Ljubliana, SLO @ VPK
Nov. 12 – Vienna, AUT @ Planet Music
Nov. 13 – Linz, AUT @ Posthof
Nov. 15 - Nürnberg, GER @ Hirsch
Nov. 16 - Hamburg, GER @ Markthalle/Knust
Nov. 17 - Halle, GER @ Easy Schorre
Nov. 18 - Bielefeld, GER @ Forum
Nov. 19 - Glauchau, GER @ Alte Spinnerei
Nov. 20 - Magdeburg, GER @ Factory
Nov. 21 - Berlin, GER @ Columbia Fritz
Nov. 23 - Slint Lievens Houtem, BEL @ CC De Fabriek
Nov. 24 - Krefeld, GER @ Kulturfabrik
Nov. 25 - Aschaffenburg, GER @ Colossaal
Nov. 26 - Jena, GER @ F-Haus

FLOWING TEARS are touring in support of their new album, "Razorbliss", which was released in March through Century Media Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Serpentine" was recorded at Woodhouse Studios in Hagen, Germany with producer Waldemar Sorychta (THE GATHERING, LACUNA COIL, SENTENCED, MOONSPELL) and is the band's first to feature Vogt, who replaced Stefanie Duchêne last year.

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