Italian thrashers ENEMYNSIDE will support BLAZE BAYLEY (ex-IRON MAIDEN, WOLFSBANE) on the following dates:

April 22 - Dante’s Highlight - Helsinki, Finland
April 23 - Iltatähti - Lappeenranta, Finland
April 24 - Hellä - Tampere, Finland
April 25 - Henry’s Pub - Kuopio, Finland
April 26 - Klubi - Turku, Finland
April 28 - Hornstullstrand Etablissement - Stockholm, Sweden
April 29 - Sigurdsgatan25 - Vasteräs, Sweden
April 30 - Parken Gävle - Gävle, Sweden

The band is already known to Scandinavian audiences, having performed in Sweden twice before — a mini-tour in the spring of 2008 and an appearance at the Tivoli Rock Festival in Kristianstad.

ENEMYNSIDE's second album, "In The Middle Of Nowhere", was released late last year through Hatestone Records. The CD features 10 new tracks, including the first single "Burnt By The Sun" and "Unfold".

For more information, www.myspace.com/enemynside.


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