RED HARVEST To Appear On RAMONES Tribute CD

Norway's RED HARVEST have posted the following message on their official web site:

"The 'DVD' gig [in Oslo, Norway] was recorded on the 24th of September and the show was great! We are not quite sure what will become of this gig and the DVD shoot, if it will be a 'DVD only' release or a 'DVD bonus' on our next album. But it kicked major ass. Also thanx to TJUDER, CONFESSOR, ARCTURUS and Season of Mist for making it a evening to remember."

View pictures from the event at this location.

In other news, RED HARVEST have recorded a cover version of RAMONES' "Somebody Put Something in My Drink" for the upcoming "Scandinavian Tribute to The Ramones" CD, due on October 25.

RED HARVEST will kick off a European tour with ARCTURUS on October 1 in Malmö, Sweden. A complete listing of upcoming tour dates can be found at this location.

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