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Arch Enemy have announced they will tour France and Luxemburg in March 2010. Support will come from Samael, No Return, and Dylath Leen. The currently confirmed dates are as follows:
3/27 2010 Aeronef @ Lille (France)
3/28 2010 Elysee Montmartre Fest, Paris (France)
3/30 2010 Ninkasi Kao @ Lyon (France)
3/31 2010 La Laiteri, Strasbourg (France)
4/1 2010 – Rockhal Club @ Luxemburg (Luxemburg)
Arch Enemy vocalist Angela Gossow comments: “Right now we are on tour in the U.S. with Exodus, Arsis, and Mutiny Within. All killer bands!!! You shouldn’t miss out on this awesome package. Last night in NYC was insane! After the U.S. tour we will return to Europe to play some more shows. We are bringing Samael, No Return and Dylath Leen with us! We will reunite with our brothers from Destruction at the Noisegate Festival in Langen, Germany. France is one of our best live markets and it is about bloody time we get to play Paris again! This time we are hell-bound to discover the metal hearts of Lille, Lyon and Strasbourg as well! We are currently working on dates in the UK for April too – with an awesome line-up - which will be announced shortly. Stay tuned!!!"
NO RETURN's video for the song "Don't Judge Me" can be downloaded at VS-webzine.com. The clip was directed by Julien Metternich (THE OLD DEAD TREE, KAIZEN, DAYLIGHT DIES) and features actress Renata Bellmonbo in the main role.
"Don't Judge Me" comes off the French thrashers' most recent, self-titled CD, which was released in January via Season of Mist.
Zuul FX, the French band featuring former No Return singer Steeve "Zuul" Petit, will be selling their three-song December 2003 demo via their official web ite and at upcoming gigs. The CD, containing the cuts "Behind The Light," "Devil Star" and "God Bless Them," plus a CD-Rom section featuring a studio report and a few surprises, can be purchased for 9.99 euros (shipping costs included). Pre-orders are currently being accepted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zuul FX recently completed work on their debut album, tentatively due this fall through an as-yet-undetermined label. The group spent two weeks recording and five days mixing the album with producer François Caste at Studio Sainte-Marthe in Paris, France. Mastering duties will be handled by Jean-Pierre Bouquet.
Songtitles set to appear on the CD include: More...