LOWDOWN Bassist To Join THEATRE OF TRAGEDY For European Tour; New French Date Confirmed
February 2, 2010, 9 years ago
Norway's THEATRE OF TRAGEDY have issued the following update:"One French show was added last minute: Marseille here we come!
Also it is time to reveal one of the surprises for the upcoming tour. For the first time in 10 years Theatre Of Tragedy will feature a live bass player. We have the privilege to announce that the talented Erik Torp from LOWDOWN will handle this duty around Europe."
Forever Is The World Tour dates (with special guests WHERE ANGELS FALL):
March12 - Berlin, Germany - K17
13 - Sittard, Holland - Fenix
14 - London, UK - Underworld
15 - Paris, France - La Scene Bastille
16 - Frankfurt, Germany - Batschkapp
17 - Marseille, France - Le Poste Galene
18 - Barcelona, Spain - Salamandra
19 - Madrid, Spain - Caracol
20 - Lisbon, Portugal - Cine Teatro Corroios
The band continue, "The limited edition Forever Is The World tour edition will be released on March 5th, with the Addenda EP"as a special bonus CD."
As previously reported, the Addenda tracklist is as follows:
'The Breaking' - Forever Is The World vinyl bonus track
'Beauty In Deconstruction' - This is the original version from the Storm sessions which is one minute longer and unreleased.
'Frozen' - Ambrosius Remake. Our devoted board member Ambrosius' version of the song.
'Empty' - Forever Is The World digipack bonus track.
'Deadland' - Tommy Olsson remake. Our former guitar player Tommy Olsson's interpretation of the song.
'Revolution' - Flip Wicked Remix: Norwegian friend's remix of the track from 'Forever Is The World'.
'Highlights' - Storm digipak bonus track.
'Illusions' - Zensor Remix. Their remix of the track from Forever Is The World. Great friends from Norway and a great band.
'Empty' - E&A; Wedding Mix. A special wedding and different version of the song that we did for the wedding for our webmaster and wife. They allowed us to release it to the public.
'Forever Is The World' - Chamber Version. A completely new filmatic arrangement of the titletrack. Made by Pzy-Clone, guitarist from THE KOVENANT.