New York City's own HANZEL UND GRETYL will make its European live debut this April as the support act on CRADLE OF FILTH's U.K. tour. In the words of Loopy, the band's self-appointed Kaizer Von Shizer, "We could not have asked for a better start in Europe than touring with CRADLE OF FILTH in the U.K.!! we're so excited we could plotzen!!" "Jawohl und Prost!!!" confirms Vas Kallas, HANZEL UND GRETYL's fearsome Mistress of Burning Planets. "It is truly springtime for HANZEL UND GRETYL in the U.K.! Ach du liebe und oh boy!"

The tour starts on April 16 in Peterborough and ends on April 30 in Portsmouth.

HANZEL UND GREYL is currently working on its next CD for Metropolis Records, to be released in the fall — just in time for the second annual "Oktötenfest 2007" U.S. tour.

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


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