GREEN CARNATION To Perform On Norwegian National Radio
Norway's prog-metal masters GREEN CARNATION have been invited to perform on the Norwegian national radio station P3 this coming Wednesday, April 5. The band will be the special guests of Norwegian black metallers SATYRICON, who will be performing live for the first time material from their new album, "Now, Diabolical". The show will kick off at 6:03 p.m. (Norwegian time) and will be streamed live on the Internet via www.nrk.no/p3 (in the upper left column, click "Nettradio" and a pop-up window will appear with a stream of the show; another way to access the webcast is to click the "Nettradio" button in the green field below the top banner).
Commented GREEN CARNATION guitarist Tchort: "We've never done anything like this before, and of course this will be a very special way to round off our USA tour. We will perform songs from 'The Acoustic Verses', which I guess will be a nice contrast to SATYRICON."
GREEN CARNATION's "Acoustic Verses" was released in North America in January via The End Records.
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