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Hammerfall Announces “Three Nights Of Dominion” In 2019

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The Statement:
DOMINION comes out on August 16, and we will do three very special release parties in three very special US. cities in September. Join us in celebrating our 11th studio album, we’ll have a tremendous time together!

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Hammerfall Is:
Oscar Dronjak – rhythm and lead guitars
Joacim Cans – vocals
Fredrik Larsson – bass
Pontus Norgren – lead and rhythm guitars
David Wallin – drums

PiercingMetal Thoughts: I can’t think of a better way to start off a brutally cold Saturday morning than with this news from the Swedish Power Metal artisans Hammerfall. I love these focused album release performances because they help generate interest in an expanded tour run. Having seen the band on numerous occasions I can safely say that if you are considering going to check them out that you will not be disappointed. Though its almost a year away still from happening, I am marking my calendar for the Brooklyn Bazaar show. What do you readers think about these “Three Nights Of Dominion”? Chime in down below and let us raise the hammer together for Metal in 2019!!!

Official Website: http://www.hammerfall.net

Sweden’s Sister Sin Calls It A Day (2002-2015)

The morning coffee was interrupted by the sad news about the Swedish Hard Rock band Sister Sin who have decided to call it a day and disband. The official statement was found on their Facebook Page

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“As of today, November 7th 2015, SISTER SIN is no more.

We know this may come as a surprise to many of you; honestly, it kinda took us by surprise too.
What was supposed to be a short eight weeks break, suddenly & unfortunately, turned in to the demise of the band.

– We have been touring and recording in a relentless schedule since 2008 and I guess we burned the candle in both ends and hit a wall. When we finally had the opportunity to step back and get some perspective, the motivation for some members in the band just wasn’t there any more…
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