VISION DIVINE: South American Dates Announced

November 1, 2007

Italian melodic power metallers VISION DIVINE, the brainchild of ex-LABYRINTH mastermind Olaf Thörsen, have announced the following live dates in South America:

Nov. 09 - Curitiba, Brazil - Opera Rock
Nov. 10 - Asunciòn, Paraguay - Club Aleman
Nov. 15 - Santiago, Chile - Teatro Novedades *
Nov. 17 - Lima, Peru - Onuba *
Nov. 18 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - The Roxy Club *

* with ALMAH

VISION DIVINE, recently posted two new clips on its official web site: an animated video for the song "The Daemon You Hide" (which can also be viewed below),and a "making of" documentary focusing on the band's the latest album, "The 25th Hour".

"The 25th Hour" was released on June 4 via Scarlet Records. The CD's production was once again handled by Timo Tolkki (STRATOVARIUS) and Luigi Stefanini at the New Sin Studios.

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