PRIMAL FEAR To Share Stage With SINNER In Germany

German power metallers PRIMAL FEAR will be sharing the stage with SINNER — the band fronted by PRIMAL FEAR bassist Mat Sinner — on October 7, 2006 at the H2O in Reichenbach near Stuttgart, Germany. Theer will also be an opening act and a "big European fan meeting," according to a posting on PRIMAL FEAR's web site. More information will be made available soon.

PRIMAL FEAR's latest album, "Seven Seals", entered the German national album chart at position No. 65 last October. The follow-up to 2004's "Devil's Ground" was produced by Sinner, along with Charlie Bauerfeind (BLIND GUARDIAN, HALFORD, HAMMERFALL), at the House of Music studio near Stuttgart, Germany, and was mixed at the Warehouse studio in Vancouver, British Columbia with Mike Fraser (AC/DC, METALLICA, COVERDALE/PAGE, SLIPKNOT, AEROSMITH, THE CULT).


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