Klogr confirmed special guests on The Rasmus European tour this November

Klogr confirmed special guests on The Rasmus European tour this November

18th July 2017 0 By John Deaux
The alternative rock metal band, KLOGR, is ready to hit the road again! The group, in collaboration with K2 Music Management, has been confirmed as special guests for the upcoming THE RASMUS European shows this Autumn.

 

Klogr frontman Rusty says: “We are so excited to be back on tour on November, especially with such a great band like The Rasmus. After 2 years spent in studio for the new album, we have really missed the stage and our fans. We can’t wait to play the news songs, we hope you will enjoy them. See you on the road!”

 

‘Dark Matters Tour’: November 2017

 

10th HAMBURG, MARKTHALLE (DE)

11th BERLIN, COLUMBIA THEATER – Sold Out (DE)

12th WARSAW, STODOLA (PL)

14th KRAKOW, KWADRAT (PL)

15th PRAGUE, ROXY (CZ)

16th VIENNA, SIMM CLUB (AT)

18th PARIS, LE TRABENDO (FR)

19th LONDON, SCALA – Sold Out (UK)

20th KOLN, KANTINE (DE)

21st AMSTERDAM, MELKWEG (NL)

 

The highly awaited new album ‘Keystone’ is released 6th October, 2017 via Zeta Factory / PHD.

Klogr’s third studio album was recorded at Zeta Factory Studio and mixed at Mainstation Studio in Toronto, Canada, by Grammy award winner David Bottrill (Peter Gabriel, Muse, Smashing Pumpkins, Tool, Dream Theater, Stone Sour, Rush).

 

Pre-orders for ‘Keystone’ are now available in two exclusive bundles with limited edition t-shirt:

 

 

Buy ‘Prison Of Light’ digitally: http://smarturl.it/prisonoflight_single

Klogr is:

Gabriele “Rusty” Rustichelli: Lead vocals/guitar

Pietro Quilichini “PQ”: Guitar/backing vocals

Maicol Morgotti: Drums

Roberto Galli: Bass guitar

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