CRYSTAL BALL To Support DOKKEN, Release New CD

Swiss melodic metallers CRYSTAL BALL will support DOKKEN at the following European dates:

May 26 Zrich, SWI @ Alpenrock House
May 29 Wien, AUS @ Planet Music
May 30 Budapest @ E-Club
May 31 Kaufbeuren, GER @ Zeppelinhalle
Jun. 01 Schtzenhaus, SWI @ Wangen
Jun. 02 Ludwigsburg, GER @ Rockfabrik
Jun. 05 Rockhaus, AUS @ Salzburg
Jun. 06 Bochum, GER @ Matrix
Jun. 07 Mnchen, GER @ Garage
Jun. 08 Vosselaar, BEL @ Biebob
Jun. 09 Paris, FRA @ Le Plan

CRYSTAL BALL recently completed work on their latest full-length effort, entitled Virtual Empire, with producer Tommy Newton (i.e. HELLOWEEN, CONCEPTION, VICTORY, ELEGY, ARK, TEN, etc.) at Area 51 Studios near Hannover, Germany. The follow-up to 2000's Hard Impact is tentatively scheduled to be released through the group's new label Nuclear Blast Records on June 3rd and is said to be following the typical CRYSTAL BALL style without repeating [the] last album.


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