THE 69 EYES Enter Finnish Album Chart At No. 1

November 5, 2004

THE 69 EYES' new album, "Devils" (Virgin/EMI),entered the Finnish album chart at No. 1. View the whole chart here.

The follow-up to 2002's "Paris Kills", "Devils" was produced by Hiili Hiilesmaa (H.I.M., MOONSPELL, SENTENCED) and Johnny Lee Michaels and was preceded by a single containing the album's title cut. The album is due in Germany on November 15 and in Japan in early December.

THE 69 EYES recently shot a video for the album's title track in Sweden with the same production team that has previously worked with THE RASMUS, among others.

Upcoming THE 69 EYES shows:

Nov. 24 - Nevada – Porvoo, FIN
Nov. 25 - Bar Kino - Pori, FIN
Nov. 26 - Duuni - Seinäjoki, FIN
ov. 27 - Duuni - Seinäjoki, FIN
Dec. 03 - Savonlinnasali - Savonlinna, FIN
Dec. 04 - Pakkahuone - Tampere, FIN
Dec. 10 - Hullupullo - Vaasa, FIN
Dec. 11 - Tavastia - Helsinki, FIN
Dec. 16 - Lutakko - Jyväskylä, FIN
Dec. 17 - Hotelli Puijonsarvi - Kuopio, FIN
Dec. 18 - Alavuden Nuorisoseura - Alavus, FIN
Dec. 31 - Caribia - 994-halli - Turku, FIN (w/ NEGATIVE)
Jan. 21 - Finlandia -Club/Sibeliustalo - Lahti, FIN
Jan. 22 - Mietaan NS - Kurikka, FIN
Jan. 28 - Night Club Riviera - Kouvola, FIN
Jan. 29 - Nosturi - Helsinki, FIN
Feb. 09 – Markthalle - Hamburg, GER
Feb. 10 - So 36 - Berlin, GER
Feb. 11 - Werk 2 - Leipzig, GER
Feb. 12 - Live Music Hall - Cologne, GER
Feb. 13 – Batschkapp - Frankfurt, GER
Feb. 15 – Faust - Hannover, GER
Feb. 16 – Zeche - Bochum, GER
Feb. 17 – Substage - Karlsruhe, GER
Feb. 18 – Crash - Freiburg, GER
Feb. 19 – Dynamo - Zürich, SWI
Feb. 21 - New Backstage - Münich, GER
Feb. 22 – Hirsch - Nürnberg, GER
Feb. 23 - Planet Music - Vienna, AUT
Feb. 24 - La Gabba - Bassano, ITA
Feb. 25 – Rainbow - Milan, ITA
Feb. 26 - Auditorium Flog - Florence, ITA

(Thanks: Timo Isoaho / Sonera Plaza)

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