March 1, 2004

Norwegian rock 'n' rollers GLUECIFER have been confirmed to play the opening party of the snowboard contest The Artic Challenge on March 27 at Mackhallen in Tromsø, Norway. For more information, visit

As previously reported, GLUECIFER's latest single, "A Call From The Other Side", debuted on the Norwegian charts at position No. 15.

"A Call From The Other Side" comes off the group's latest CD, "Automatic Thrill", available in Europe via the SPV label.

The follow-up to 2002's "Basement Apes", "Automatic Thrill" was mixed by Ulf Holand at Lydlab studios and was mastered at Masterdisk by Howie Weinberg.

GLUECIFER are currently supporting MONSTER MAGNET on their European tour, which is scheduled to run through mid-April. Also appearing on the bill are Swedish hard rockers THE QUILL.

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