VIXEN: 'Live In Sweden' CD Due In October

VIXEN will release its first-ever live album, "Live in Sweden", on October 8 via Castle. The CD was recorded at the Sweden Rock Festival in 2005 and features live recordings of the hit tracks "Love is a Killer" and "Edge of a Broken Heart", among many others.

VIXEN will return to the U.K. for a tour in November and will also make an appearance at the Hard Rock Hell festival.

Demolition Records released VIXEN's new studio album, "Live & Learn", in the U.S. on January 30.

"Live & Learn" is VIXEN's first studio recording to feature founding VIXEN member and guitarist Jan Kuehnemund since 1990's "Rev It Up".

Kuehnemund reformed VIXEN in 2001 for the Voices of Metal tour with a lineup that had to be revamped 10 dates into the tour. Undeterred, with less than a month of rehearsals, the three new members — vocalist Jenna Sanz-Agero, drummer Kat Kraft, and bassist Lynn Louise Lowrey — successfully finished the tour and the lineup of VIXEN has been solid ever since.

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