MERCENARY To Appear On Danish Television

Danish metallers MERCENARY will appear on Danish national television (TV2) this coming Saturday (Sept. 10). The show, "Test Nationen" (Test the Nation), is broadcast live from 8:00 p.m. until 11:20 p.m. (Copenhagen time) and is a contest between different in-studio panels and the rest of Denmark on Internet and SMS. The band will represent metal music as part of a music panel who will "fight to convince everybody that metal musicians are wiser than everyone else," according a posting on the group's web site.

MERCENARY and German thrashers DEW-SCENTED have been confirmed as the support acts on NEVERMORE's upcoming European tour beginning on September 16 in Tilburg, the Netherlands. A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates can be found at

MERCENARY's fourth full-length album, entitled "11 Dreams", was released in the U.S. this past February via Century Media Records. The album was produced by Jacob Hansen (HATESPHERE, INVOCATOR, RAUNCHY) and includes a cover version of KENT's hit single "Music Non Stop". Artwork duties were handled by Niklas Sundin (DARK TRANQUILLITY, IN FLAMES, ARCH ENEMY).


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