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O2 Academy Islington
Angel Central, 16 Parkfield Street, N1 0PS London, United Kingdom
Tidal Concerts proudly presents:
Plus very special guests Rhapsody Of Fire and Unleash The Archers
Ticket price: £20.00 advance STBF
Under 14’s must be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times. Minimum Age Restriction: 8
O2 Priority pre-sale: Thursday 29th June 2017 @ 5pm
General on-sale: Saturday 1st July 2017 @ 5pm
Gunman — youtu.be/JPm46Qgyn24
Fields Of Sorrow — youtu.be/7gagRay7VK8
ORDEN OGAN — facebook.com/ORDENOGAN
The german melodic power metal institution ORDEN OGAN will be headlining on a european tour in october and november. With them on the road: their new studio record „Gunmen“ and the special guests RHAPSODY OF FIRE.
ORDEN OGAN, Germany’s premier power metallers, have exceeded themselves with their new (5th) studio album, titled „Gunmen“ (out July 7th). Undoubtedly, the band has delivered their heaviest but at the same time also most melodic piece of work. With their latest studio album “Ravenhead” (2015), ORDEN OGAN toured Europe supporting HammerFall and later Powerwolf too, before running their first own European headlining tour in March 2016. “Ravenhead” became a chart success in several European countries, with #16 in the German album chart marking their all-time best result. Now “Gunmen” continues the band’s track record, combining classic Teutonic metal with a modern production on international top level. All this results in 10 metal hymns for eternity!
On October 13th, the band’s next headlining tour will kick off – and it’s about to become one of the year’s best melodic metal tours for sure.
Italian symphonic power metal masters RHAPSODY OF FIRE will be ORDEN OGAN’s special guests this time and another high-class supporting act will be announced soon as well. RHAPSODY OF FIRE have just released their new album „Legendary Years“ that features rerecordings of old classics and was mixed and mastered by ORDEN OGAN singer/producer Seeb. On this tour they will present new singer Giaccomo Voli and the new drummer Manuel Lotter (ex-Emil Bulls).