TIAMAT Singer To Appear At FLOWING TEARS Acoustic Gig

November 21, 2003

TIAMAT frontman Johan Edlund will make a special guest appearance at the FLOWING TEARS semi-acoustic gig at the Rockanova party at Berlin's Kalkscheune on December 12. Johan will play three unplugged songs from TIAMAT's "Prey" album with Benny from FLOWING TEARS on acoustic guitar.

FLOWING TEARS have just announced that they will be supported by a female cello player that night. At least two songs from the upcoming album "Razorbliss" (due in March 2004 through Century Media Records) will be performed: "Undying" and "Mine Is The Ocean".

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