OMEN To Support HELLOWEEN In Texas
Classic metallers OMEN have been confirmed to support HELLOWEEN at three Texas dates in January. In addition, the band will perform a special CD-release show in December.
Upcoming OMEN dates:
Dec. 12 - The Indigo - Dallas, TX
Jan. 22 - The Engine Room - Houston, TX (w/ HELLOWEEN)
Jan. 23 - White Rabbit - San Antonio, TX (w/ HELLOWEEN)
Jan. 24 - Trees - Dallas, TX (w/ HELLOWEEN)
Jun. 25 - Rockdisco WOM - Balingen GER
Jun. 26 - Bang Your Head Festival – Balingen, GER
OMEN's latest album, "Eternal Black Dawn", was released in Europe through Mausoleum Records and in the U.S. via Crash Music Inc. The follow-up to "Reopening The Gates" sees a triumphant return to the classic OMEN sound heard on albums like "Battle Cry" and "Warning Of Danger". The lineup now includes original guitarist/songwriter Kenny Powell, vocalist Kevin Goocher, drummer Rick Murray, and bassist Andy Haas.
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