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Cage To Shoot Live DVD In Mexico

San Diego, California heavy metal band CAGE will be heading down south to Mexico next week to play two high profile metal festivals and one major showcase in the cities of Mexico City and Monterrey in support of their new fourth CD, Hell Destroyer. They are as follows:

1 - Mago De Oz Fest - Palacio de Los Deportes (with MAGO DE OZ, U.D.O., WARCRY, MALIGNO, ONASSIS DAY)
4 - Asenath Records showcase - Cafe Iguana (with MUTUM, MALIGNO: this is a free show and will be pro-shot for a live Cage DVD)
5 - Mago De Oz Fest - Arena Monterrey (with MAGO DE OZ, U.D.O., WARCRY, MALIGNO)

Cage vocalist Sean Peck stated: "I am really excited to hear the initial response from Hell Destroyer. It took three years to make and the press and inner circle of our fans seem to dig it! We are now concentrating on a North American run of dates after our May shows in Mexico. Then we will work on Europe! With our additional releases later this year it will be the biggest year for Cage fans yet! Thanks to everyone who has waited patiently for this record."

The band has lined up the following festivals and shows in Mexico / United States in the coming months with many more to be confirmed shortly:

19 - Festival Xtremo 7 - Guadalajara, Jalisco , Mexico (with RATA BLANCA, TRANSMETAL, LUZBEL)
25 - Cage Hell Destroyer United States CD release party - San Marcos, California (with AGENT STEEL, AUDKIK)
26 - Cage Hell Destroyer Mexico CD release party - Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico (with SENTINEL)

10 - The Animal House Rock Fest - Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico (with SENTINEL)
17 - Salon Chaparral - Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico (with NAILER)

Source: BWBK

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