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HALCYON WAY to tour Europe as support to STUCK MOJO

Two of Atlanta's finest metal bands, STUCK MOJO and HALCYON WAY, are teaming

up together for a European tour in October/November 2010.


Ten albums into their career, it is no wonder that STUCK MOJO can pull a

large sized crowd at the European venues, and for HALCYON WAY to be able to

tag along and display their songs is a big opportunity and a great honor.


The tour dates announced so far are:

  • Oct 25, Sala Totem, Pamplona, SPAIN
  • Oct 26, Sala Live, Madrid, SPAIN
  • Oct 27, Sala Salamandra, Barcelona, SPAIN
  • Oct 28, Ninkasi Kao, Lyon, FRANCE
  • Oct 29, Schuur, Luzern, SWITZERLAND
  • Oct 30, Rockstüble, Pforzheim, Baden-Würt, GERMANY
  • Oct 31, Viper, Vienna, AUSTRIA
  • Nov 1, Posthof, Linz, AUSTRIA
  • Nov 2, Duerer Kert, Budapest, HUNGARY
  • Nov 3, Marty´s Club, Ceske Budejovice, CZECH REPUBLIC
  • Nov 4, L.A. Cham, Cham, GERMANY
  • Nov 5, Alte Zuckerfabrik, Rostock, GERMANY
  • Nov 7, K17, Berlin, GERMANY
  • Nov 8, Logo, Hamburg, GERMANY
  • Nov 9, Bastard Club, Osnabrück, GERMANY

(more dates to be announced soon)









HALCYON WAY will release their sophomore album, "Building The Towers",

through Nightmare Records in North America on October 12, 2010 and an

as-of-yet undisclosed European label later in the fall.


Produced by Lasse Lammert (Alestorm, Svartsot) and guitarist Jon Bodan,

"Building The Towers" features the 10 best songs the band has ever written,

superb performances by all involved, including new vocalist Steve Braun

(formerly of Italy's Ashent) and guest vocalist Pamela Moore (yes, Sister

Mary from Queensryche's "Operation Mindcrime"). Topped by a stunning artwork

courtesy of Travis Smith (Nevermore, Opeth etc.), the album comes across as

nothing but a masterpiece in the making.


Aurally combining the heaviness of bands like Testament, the technical

prowess of Dream Theater, the power metallic attitude of Evergrey and

soaring vocal melodies reminding you of a Geoff Tate or Ronnie James Dio in

their prime, Halcyon Way will leave you awestricken by their punishing riffs

and unforgettable hooks.


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