IMMORTAL To Headline Germany's ROCK HARD FESTIVAL

Norwegian black metallers IMMORTAL have issued the following update:

"After the 7 Dates Of Blashyrkh [tour], and our return to home shores at the Hole In The Sky festival, we still have two remaining dates in Norway this fall before we concentrate on the next studio album. Tickets for both the Notodden and Trondheim shows are available now.

"We are already preparing for the activities next year, and we can today announce that we will headline next years's edition of the Rock Hard Festival in Germany. The festival takes place May 9-11, 2008 in the Gelsenkirchen Amphitheatre. This will be the first opportunity to see the band live in Germany in 2008."

Upcoming IMMORTAL shows:

Oct. 06 - Notodden, Norway - Motst√ły Festivalen
Oct. 20 - Trondheim, Norway - Studentersamfundet
May 9-11 - Gelsenkirchen, Germany - Rock Hard Festival

Watch footage of IMMORTAL performing live at this year's Wacken Open Air festival in Wacken, Germany (August 2007):

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