Jo Amore, singer of the French heavy metal band NIGHTMARE, performed with the Israeli Ronnie James Dio tribute act HOLY DIVERS on July 1 at the Sublime Club in Tel-Aviv as the support group for veteran German metallers GRAVE DIGGER.
Fan-filmed video footage of HOLY DIVERS and Amore performing the DIO classic "Rainbow In The Dark" can be viewed below. Photos are available at this location.
"Insurrection", the seventh album from NIGHTMARE, was released on September 11, 2009 via Germany's AFM Records. The CD was recorded at Peek studio in France with Patrick Liotard and at U3multimedia and Indiscreet Studios in Stuttgart, Germany with Achim Khler (PRIMAL FEAR, EDGUY, MASTERPLAN). The follow-up to 2007's "Genetic Disorder" contains nine tracks, including a two-part concept song.
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