October 3, 2007

Legendary Finnish rockers HANOI ROCKS will support MOTÖRHEAD on the following shows in Finland:

Dec. 11 - Helsinki, Finland @ Ice Hall
Dec. 12 - Tampere, Finland @ Ice Hall
Dec. 13 - Oulu, Finland @ Teatria

Commented HANOI ROCKS in a statement: "Lemmy and MOTÖRHEAD have been very good friends with HANOI ROCKS since the early '80s. They've played great combined shows before and HANOI ROCKS are looking forward to playing and hanging out together again with the guys."

Demolition Records has released a HANOI ROCKS special-edition digipack of the band's new CD "Street Poetry" featuring four bonus tracks: "Trouble Boys", "Fashion" (video),"Boulevard of Broken Dreams" (video),"High School" (video).

Audio samples from "Street Poetry" have been posted at the web site of the Japanese record label Victor Entertainment. Check out the clips at this location.

HANOI ROCKS performed its new song "Fashion" on the Swedish entertainment show "Sommarkrysset" on TV4 on August 18. Watch the performance below.

The "Fashion" single was released on May 16 in Europe and June 21 in Japan. It also includes HANOI ROCKS' version of the BILLY BREMNER hit "Trouble Boys" (which will not be on the forthcoming album),the promo video for "Fashion" plus a live video, "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams", from HANOI's gig at Nosturi in Helsinki this past March. promotional video for "Fashion" was directed by Kusti and Jaakko Manninen.

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