DARK TRANQUILLITY Guitarist Selling 'Piece Of Metal History'
DARK TRANQUILLITY guitarist Niklas Sundin has posted the following message on the group's official web site:
"I'm selling the old 1978 Gibson Les Paul Standard that was my primary axe on the 'Projector' and 'Haven' albums and tours. It's not in mint condition by any stretch of the imagination but plays well and sounds excellent. If anyone is interested in obtaining this piece of metal history (ha ha), please get in touch via www.darktranquillity.com for more information. Serious offers only."
DARK TRANQUILLITY recently completed a North American tour with OPETH, THE DEVIN TOWNSEND BAND and DEVILDRIVER in support of "Character", their highly acclaimed latest album that brought these originators of the famed Gothenburg scene back to the forefront of the genre. "Character", recorded once again at Studio Fredman (IN FLAMES, ARCH ENEMY), has also been praised as their most groundbreaking yet as it retains all of the band's classic elements and thought-provoking lyrical content while blending the perfect amount of unrelenting aggression and melody.
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