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Steel Panther continue to be the definition of true artist development in a disposable music industry. The band comprised of Michael Starr, Satchel, Lexxi Foxx and Stix Zadinia have just announced their biggest UK tour to date in March 2015. They announced the Wembley date on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw on Thursday 12th June in the most talked about radio appearance in many years - click here to watch it.
Tour dates are as follows:
FRIDAY 6th O2 APOLLO MANCHESTER
MONDAY 9th O2 ACADEMY GLASGOW
THURSDAY 12th CIVIC HALL WOLVERHAMPTON
SATURDAY 14th THE SSE ARENA LONDON, WEMBLEY
Tickets will be priced at £21.50 regionally and £24.00 in London. Tickets will be on general sale on Friday 20th June at 9am. VIP packages will be available to meet the band and gets lots of extra perks – check out http://steelpantherrocks.com/news/tour-dates/ for more details!
The band recently grabbed the highest chart debut of their career with their latest album, "All You Can Eat", released on Open E Records via Kobalt Label Services. The album stormed the top of the charts landing at #12 on the UK Album Chart.
The 3rd single to be taken from the album,"You’re Beautiful When You Don’t Talk", will impact in the UK on Monday to coincide with the bands main stage performance at Download Festival this Sunday. Additionally the band will be hosting this years’ Metal Hammer Golden God Awards at the 02 Indigo on Monday night (16th June).
One of Slovakia's long standing metal bands Mysterious Eclipse, has taken a unique turn in how to get your music out to the masses.... by CD trading.
Formed in 1996, the quintet have maintained a recognized brand image throughout their career within the underground metal scene. Since their inception they have release one demo (1998), one MCD (1999) and four other major releases (2005, 2008, 2010, 2013) including 2013's "Hell Of Pain".
Fronted by Peta Kity Siazikov, this Melodic Black / Death Metal outfit are a gem within the Central European nation and certainly are well worth trading with.
This idea may be in place already, but the whole idea of it is great for those bands who are separated by mountains, vast seas, you name it, the whole idea is a great way to get music out to overseas bands, sure the online sharing is obvious. But with this in mind, you can never lose the music on a CD (unless you snap it), whereas online if your site goes down, you've lost possible music sharing opportunities.
This idea certainly gives a new reason to why people should abandon the mp3 in favor of something more valuable and investment-worthy.
If you want to trade with Mysterious Eclipse you can get in touch via the following channels:
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