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Urn and The Eternal To Support Tarja On North American Tour

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The Chicago-based, gothic-doom metal band URN has announced that they and very close friends from Australia, The Eternal, will be direct support for Tarja for her for select dates as part of her North American leg of her “Storm Returns to America” tour. Here are a few tour dates announced:

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 - USA - New York, NY - Fillmore Irving Plaza
Friday, May 1, 2009 - Canada - Montreal, SC - Le Medley
Saturday, May 2, 2009 - Canada - Toronto, ON - Opera House
Monday, May 4, 2009 - USA - Chicago, IL - House Of Blues

URN is currently in the studio finalizing with producer/engineering Dan Precision (Rise Against, Naked Raygun) their new upcoming full-length “Scribings of a Forgotten Soul” for a summer 2009 release with Rotting Corpse Records, whom they also collaborated with on their successful and critically-acclaimed 2006 release “Dancing with the Demigods.” The album will feature guest vocal appearances by Rev. Thomas Thorn of The Electric Hellfire Club and Jape Peratalo of Finland’s melancholy rock outfit, To/Die/For.

The Eternal is currently on a world tour in support of their third full-length album “Katrika” out through Firebox Records and Amphead Music. The tour will see the band play through Australia, Japan, Europe, America, Canada and Mexico. The first pressing of "Katrika" came with a limited-edition bonus disc featuring unreleased demos and remixes; over 95 minutes of new material. The Eternal released its sophomore album, "Sleep of Reason," in 2005 through Firebox Records to critical acclaim, with stunning artwork provided by renowned artist Travis Smith.

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