DAGOBA To Support MACHINE HEAD In Belgium

France's DAGOBA will be supporting MACHINE HEAD on May 28 at the Ancienne Belgique in Brussels, Belgium. The band have also been confirmed for the Dour Festival in Belgium on July 17. In addition, DAGOBA have been voted "Best French Band" 0f 2003 and "Best New Band" runner-up (second only to EVANESCENCE) by the readers of Hard N' Heavy magazine.

DAGOBA's self-titled debut album was recorded at Praxis studios in Nice, France and was mixed at Philia studios in Oxford, England by Dave Chang (STAMPIN' GROUND, LINEA 77, ORANGE GOBLIN). It is currently available in France (through Enternote/EMI), Switzerland (Irascible), Belgium (Touch) and Scandinavia (The Music Company Nordic). You can download MP3s and live videos at this location.

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