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Pain Of Salvation - European Tour 2017

Pain of Salvation, Port Noir
Countries: denlfrgbitcz
  • 29.03. Copenhagen (Denmark) - Amager Bio
  • 30.03. Hamburg (Germany) - Markthalle
  • 31.03. Berlin (Germany) - Columbia-Theater
  • 01.04. Prague (Czech Republic) - Rock Cafe
  • 02.04. Reichenbach (Germany) - Art Rock Festival V
  • 04.04. Aschaffenburg (Germany) - Colos-Saal
  • 05.04. Pratteln (Switzerland) - Z-7
  • 06.04. Milan (Italy) - Circolo Magnolia
  • 07.04. Lyon (France) - Ninkasi Kao
  • 08.04. Barcelona (Spain) - Bikini
  • 09.04. Madrid (Spain) - Teatro Barceló
  • 11.04. Paris (France) - Divan Du Monde
  • 12.04. London (UK) - Islington Assembly Hall
  • 13.04. Köln (Germany) - Die Kantine *
  • 14.04. Venlo (The Netherlands) - Grenswerk
  • 15.04. Leiden (The Netherlands) - Gebr. De Nobel
  • 16.04. Zwolle (The Netherlands) - Hedon
Autor: Pierre


Legendary Swedish progressive metal band Pain of Salvation is preparing to release their long-awaited new album “In the Passing Light of Day” for Inside Out Music on January 13th, 2017. Returning to their much praised heavier sound, Pain of Salvation is once again poised to shake the progressive world to its core with their syncopated rhythms, glorious melodies, and intensely personal themes. Certainly, the question on the minds of thousands of fans right now is whether Pain of Salvation can continue to uphold their reputation as innovators and trailblazers in some of the most unique music ever composed, and in the face of obstacles that would have broken most bands along the way.




Pain of Salvation’s Daniel Gildenlöw has therefore checked in with the following comment:
“Finally the day has arrived when we set this nurtured and deeply cared-for album of ours into the true wild, to see how it survives. Although we are not too worried, having seen how it thrives at any sign of resistance and challenge, it's still always a bit scary. It might be exactly on-the-date three years ago that I had the surgery that put me in a hospital bed for months, but any other place I'd ended up without that surgery is something I don't even want to think about, so this is a date to celebrate for so many reasons. And today, the reasons will be many – one for every one of you, our wonderful fans that have followed me and the band over the years, through thick and thin, supporting us in so many ways. See, if you will, this album as a small payback from us. There will be more to come. Traveling with us will always be a rocky and reckless ride, but it'll take you to wondrous places. Next stop on the ride: IN THE PASSING LIGHT IF DAY.”

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