GLUECIFER Enter Norwegian Singles Chart At No. 15

GLUECIFER have entered the Norwegian charts at position No. 15 with their latest single, "A Call From The Other Side".

"A Call From The Other Side" comes off the group's latest album, "Automatic Thrill", which was released earlier this week through Sony Records in Scandinavia and SPV in the rest of Europe.

The single features "Speedfoot" as a b-side, a song from the "Automatic Thrill" sessions that did not end up on the record.

The follow-up to 2002's "Basement Apes", "Automatic Thrill" was mixed by Ulf Holand at Lydlab studios and was mastered at Masterdisk by Howie Weinberg.

GLUECIFER will be supporting MONSTER MAGNET on their European tour, which is scheduled to kick off in late February and run through mid-April. Also appearing on the bill will be Swedish hard rockers THE QUILL.


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