GRAVE DIGGER To Enter Studio This Weekend

German power metallers GRAVE DIGGER will enter Principal studio in Münster, Germany on Saturday (Sept. 4) to begin recording their new album, tentatively due on January 17 through Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to last year's "Rheingold" will feature "classical heavy metal" material "in the tradition of GRAVE DIGGER," according to a posting on the group's web site.

GRAVE DIGGER will be kicking off their 25th anniversary tour, "The Last Supper Tour 2005", on February 11, 2005 in Andernach, Germany. Support will come from ASTRAL DOORS and an as-yet-undetermined third act. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Feb. 11 - Andernach, GER - Juz-Live -Club
Feb. 12 - Langen/b.Frankfurt, GER - Stadthalle
Feb. 13 - Ludwigsburg, GER - Rockfabrik
Feb. 14 - Berlin, GER - C-Club
Feb. 15 - Hamburg, GER - Markthalle
Feb. 16 - Copenhagen, DEN - The Rock
Feb. 17 - Bochum, GER - Matrix
Feb. 18 - Lichtenfels, GER - Stadthalle
Feb. 19 - Glauchau, GER - Alte Spinnerei
Feb. 20 - München, GER - New Backstage
Feb. 21 - Mailand, ITA - Transilvania
Feb. 22 - Pratteln, SWI - Z7


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