FROM BEHIND, the new project featuring Manny Charlton (NAZARETH) and Nicky Moore (SAMSON, MAMMOTH) have uploaded two tracks — "Play Dirty" and "What You're Doing" — from their upcoming debut album, "Game Over", to their MySpace.com page at this location. The CD was recorded at 9 Volt studios in Malmö, Sweden, and mixed by Charlton and guitarist Mikael Fässberg (PAUL DI'ANNO, BURNING ENGINES) at Mad Mento studios in Dallas, Texas. A May release via Lion Music is expected.
Once the record is released, FROM BEHIND will head out on a small tour of Sweden and Denmark, with Sweden Rock Festival as grand finale on June 8. The tour dates are as follows:
May 24 - Siljarock (Cruise Stockholm-Helsinki)
May 26 - TBA
Jun. 01 - The Watt - Malmö, SWE
Jun. 02 - The Rock - Copenhagen, DEN
Jun. 03 - Godset - Kolding, DEN
Jun. 08 - Sweden Rock Festival – Sölvesborg, SWE
FROM BEHIND are currently booking shows in continental Europe for winter 2006.
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