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PRETTY MAIDS To Release First-Ever Concert DVD
Danish hard rock veterans PRETTY MAIDS will record their long-awaited concert DVD/CD on Saturday, October 1 at Z7 in Pratteln, Switzerland. On this night, the band will play songs spanning its 30-year career of melodic hard rock and heavy metal.
Commented the band, “Hope to see a lot of fans and supporters from all over Europe for one hell of an anniversary party On October 1st.”
PRETTY MAIDS‘ forthcoming live DVD/CD will mark the first-ever visual release for the band, and will be made available in early 2012 on Frontiers Records. The DVD release will be followed by a tour during the spring and summer of 2012.
PRETTY MAIDS is:
Ronnie Atkins: Vocals
Ken Hammer: Guitar
Rene Shades: Bass
Morten Sandager: Keyboards
Allan Tschicaja: Drums
PRETTY MAIDS made its live debut with new bass player Rene Shades on April 22 at Tivoli in Copenhagen, Denmark. Fan-filmed video footage of the performance can be viewed below.
“Pandemonium”, the latest album from PRETTY MAIDS, was released on June 8, 2010 in the U.S. via Frontiers Records.
According to a press release, “Pandemonium” “truly shows the band in their finest moment [and] is their best effort in many years.” It is said to be “a return to the ‘Future World’ / ‘Red Hot and Heavy’ era of the Eighties but with an updated sound and freshness that consolidates that PRETTY MAIDS are as strong as ever.”align=center
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