Release Party For New Album "Hymns Of The Broken" To Take Place At ProgPower USA
Evergrey and ProgPower USA promoter Glenn Harveston jointly announced that the festival will host an official release party for the new album "Hymns for the Broken" in Atlanta during this year's installment of the annual festival. Gold badge members will have an exclusive listening session hosted by vocalist/guitarist Tom Englund ahead of the September 26th release via AFM Records. .
Glenn Harveston commented: "I'm thrilled to host Tom Englund & one of the unnamed new members at ProgPower USA XV. There will be a private party for our Gold Badge members & VIPs on Thursday afternoon before our Kick-Off where they will have the chance to listen to the new disc in its entirety. Tom & company will be there for a private meet and greet immediately afterwards. We will then play the entire album for the general public over the course of the main two days of the festival between sets. In addition to a signing session, the band has informed me they will have an extremely limited number of special edition shirts designed specifically for ProgPower USA attendees that will be packaged together with an opportunity to pre-order the new disc. Further details will be announced over the coming weeks."
Evergrey's Tom Englund added: "We are beyond excited Glenn and AFM Records feel the same urge as us to boost this release. We can't wait to be among friends to share this beast of an album - see you - yes, again- in September!"
The annual progressive & power metal festival announced a sell-out over 10 months in advance of the annual four-day event being held September 10-13 in Atlanta, GA. Check out the preview clip for "Hymns for the Broken" here:
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