NOCTURNE Schedules First Show In Over A Year

Industrial-metal rockers NOCTURNE have just confirmed their first show in over a year, scheduled for November 11 at the Whisky in Hollywood.

Joining NOCTURNE's Lacey Conner (vocalist) and Chris Telkes (guitar) for this exclusive performance is Sin from REVOLTING COCKS on bass and Adrian from POWERMAN 5000 on drums. XEO3 are slotted as the headlining act; the mayhem begins at 10 p.m. sharp!

After several years of extensive touring, NOCTURNE took a break last year to pursue other musical projects; now, with vocalist Lacey Conner (ex-PIGFACE) newly re-located to Los Angeles from Dallas, TX, it seemed fitting to perform the first show of 2006 in her new hometown. The band's sexy and energetic live shows have garnered them performances alongside the likes of MUSHROOMHEAD, DOPE, PIGFACE, KING DIAMOND, THRILL KILL KULT, MINISTRY, OHGR and GODHEAD.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/nocturne.

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