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German medieval rockers Subway to Sally are known for a lot of roadwork. Maybe that's why they have to rely on two support bands for the upcoming tour for their new album "Nord Nord Ost" (="North North East," in stores Aug 22).
During the first half of the trek, Subway to Sally will be supported by Coppelius from Berlin. Starting Oct 28, Leaves' Eyes will take over.
Here's the complete list of dates: More...
You can now check out Subway to Sally's single "Sieben" (="Seven") and watch the video at the pre-listening section on the Nuclear Blast website.
Subway to Sally's new album, "Nord Nord Ost" (="North North East") is due out August 29.
German Medieval metallers Subway to Sally have chosen the song "Sieben" ("Seven") as first single from their forthcoming album "Nord Nord Ost" ("North North East").
The MCD will hit the stores on July 18th and will contain the following tracks:
2. Kaltes Herz (exclusive non-album track)
3. Jericho (exclusive non-album track)
4. Sieben (Instrumental) (exclusive non-album track)
5. Video bonus: Behind the scenes
The album will be released on August 29th, the second single "Eisblumen" ("Ice flowers") on October 10th.
Don't miss Subway to Sally at their numerous live shows. Upcoming tour dates: More...
The 2005 edition of Germany’s Deep Impact festival is scheduled for July 30th at Kultfabrik in Munich.
Acts confirmed for the festival include: Edguy, Clawfinger, Subway to Sally, Eisbrecher, Crystal Ball and Shade.
German medieval metallers Subway to Sally announced more dates for their festival and autumn tour:
16.05.05 Leipzig - WGT
03.06.05 Nürburg - Rock am Ring
04.06.05 Stralsund - Open Air
05.06.05 Nürnberg - Rock im Park
18.06.05 Gießen - Open Air
19.06.05 Potsdam - Lustgarten
25.06.05 Nürnberg/Abenberg Feuertanz
26.06.05 Rastatt - Festival
03.07.05 Leipzig - WFF
09.07.05 A Wiesen - Carpe Noctem Festival
15.07.05 CZ Zlin - Master of Rock 2005
23.07.05 Moosbach - Open Air
30.07.05 München - Deep Impact Festival
06.08.05 Fensterbach - Rocking Hoot Festival
14.08.05 Hildesheim - Mera Luna
20.08.05 Abtsgmünd - Summerbreeze
21.08.05 Erfurt - Highfield
27.08.05 Wuppertal - Festival More...
Subway to Sally, Germany 's biggest medieval rock/metal act once more announced a long round of tour dates:
May 16 Leipzig - WGT
Jun. 14 Stralsund -Open Air
Jun. 19 Potsdam - Lustgarten
Jun. 25 Nürnberg/Abenberg Feuertanz
Jul. 03 Leipzig - WFF
Jul. 09 A-Wiesen - Carpe Noctem Festival
Jul. 15 CZ Zlin- Master of Rock 2005
Jul. 30 München - Deep Impact Festival
Aug. 06 Fensterbach - Rocking Hoot Festival
Aug. 14 Hildesheim - Mera Luna
Aug. 20 Abtsgmünd - Summerbreeze
Aug. 21 Erfurt - Highfield
Aug. 27 Wuppertal - Festival
Sept. 22 Magdeburg Factory
Sept. 23 Kaiserslautern Kammgarn
Sept. 25 Darmstadt Centralstation
Sept. 27 Hamburg - Große Freiheit
Sept. 28 Hannover Capitol
Sept. 29Düsseldorf - Stahlwerk
Sept. 30 Osnabrück Hyde Park
Oct. 01 Wilhelmshaven Pumpwerk
Oct. 02 Berlin Huxleys
Oct. 04 Fulda Kreuz
Oct. 05 Stuttgart LKA
Oct. 06 Nürnberg - Löwensaal
Oct. 07 Ulm Donauhalle im Rahmen von Dark Mystery Music Nights
Oct. 08 Freiburg Stadthalle im Rahmen von Dark Mystery Music Nights
Nov. 11 Aschaffenburg Unterfrankenhalle im Rahmen von Dark Mystery Music Nights
Nov. 12 Neustadt/Holstein Holstenhalle im Rahmen von Dark Mystery Music Nights
Subway to Sally, Germany's most successful Medieval Rock/Metal band, has announced that their forthcoming album, "Nord Nord Ost" (= "North North East"), will be release on August 22nd.
The album deals with the depths of emotional coldness, adequately, the band chose the song "Eisblumen" (= "Ice Flowers") as first single which will give a first impression of Subway to Sally's new masterpiece on July 25th.
In other news, drummer David Pätsch decided to leave the band has been replaced by former Knorkator drummer Christian "Chrishchrash“ Gerlach.