Mob Rules Issues Band Update About Tour Dates In 2010
Mob Rules has issued the following recap of the year's activities and update about upcoming live shows:
"An eventful year 2009 is coming to an end now, but we won´t miss the opportunity to thank all our fans, friends, crew members and families for the outstanding support. The new album RADICAL PEACE is in stores since November 13th, accompanied by great reviews that we received. Magazines from all over Europe call it ‘a milestone of Melodic Metal’ and compare the 18-minute ‘The Oswald File’ to classics like Iron Maiden´s ‘Rime Of The Ancient Mariner’ and ‘Operation: Mindcriime’ (Queensr?che).
"Our next aim is to present the new songs on stage, as often as possible. The shows in Kerkrade, Wuppertal, Emden, Hamburg and the CD release show in Wilhelmshaven have been memorable evenings for us. Too bad that our planned tour with DIO did not hapen (Get well soon, Ronnie James!), but for January we can already announce that we will support Metal legend U.D.O. Other concerts are in planning status, but some already confirmed (see ‘tour dates’). Let´s see what 2010 also holds in store for us.
"Just a few weeks ago the legendary Bruce Dickinson (singer of Iron Maiden) played a song from RADICAL PEACE on his BBC radio show. Could it get any better? Well NO! Be sure that 2010 will bring some exciting events for Mob Rules. We are already working on it and will let you know details as sooon as they are confirmed (which might be around March). So far, so good we wish you a merry x-mas and a happy & healthy 2010! See you at the concerts!"
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