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King Diamond North American Tour

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KING DIAMOND has confirmed what has been rumored for several weeks: a full North American tour this Fall! The long-awaited trek will commence on October 11th in Atlanta and wrap up with the previously announced performance at Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin. A limited edition KING DIAMOND jacket will be available through the SHOWstubs.com fan club presale, which begins tomorrow, June 24th. Tickets will be on sale online and at box offices nationwide on Friday, June 27th.

KING DIAMOND will be joined on stage by longtime band members Andy LaRocque, Mike Wead, Hal Patino, and Matt Thompson. Additionally, North American fans will bear witness to the band's full European festival stage show. These will be the most ambitious and largest North American productions of the band's entire history. A special guest support act for the tour will be announced in the coming weeks.

KING DIAMOND North American Tour 2014:
10/11/2014 Center Stage - Atlanta, GA
10/13/2014 The Fillmore - Silver Spring,…

Machine Head sign with Nuclear Blast Australia and New Zealand

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After signing with Nuclear Blast Entertainment in October 2013, for the rest of the world in October 2013, MACHINE HEAD have now finally signed with Nuclear Blast for Australia and New Zealand as well!
After over a year of dialogues with various record labels, MACHINE HEAD have decided on a new home with the newly launched arm of Nuclear Blast Records, Nuclear Blast Entertainment, headed by the band's longtime friend and former Roadrunner A&R guru Monte Conner. Excitement runs high in both camps. Says Conner, "I feel incredibly fortunate to say I have signed MACHINE HEAD - for the third time! They wrote one of the greatest metal albums of all-time as their debut and then turned around and beat it 13 years later. MACHINE HEAD have produced some of the best material of their storied career over the course of their last three records, and like a fine wine, they just keep getting better with age. The songwriting in this band is beyond evolved compared to the majority of their …