Thursday, June 9, 2011 at 7:27AM
Nervecell confirm touring plans in Europe for the summer 2011, so far with stops including festivals Summer Breeze Open Air and Rock Im Betonwerk in Germany and Brutal Assault in Czech Republic. The tour, put together by their management Center Stage Management (CSM), supports their recently released album “Psyhogenocide” now available across Europe and the Middle East.
Three renowned open air festivals have been confirmed for August 2011 by Nervecell’s management firm Center Stage Management (CSM). In Germany, Rock Im Betonwerk on Friday 12th and Summer Breeze Open Air on Friday 19th ; both metal events have an attendance of +40,000 fans. Nervecell will perform on Rock Im Betonwerk’s main stage, outstripping dozens of other bands to play just before headlining act Gernotshagen.
Brutal Assault festival, held in Czech Republic and headlined by Motörhead, has also just announced Nervecell for Thursday 11th August.
Additional summer announcements are pending and will be announced soon to complete their summer tour schedule.
The first leg of the tour began April 30th throughout Asia and included several dates in the Philippines, Sri Lanka and India. It followed two showcase performances in their hometown Dubai, UAE, for their new album “Psychogenocide”, available through Lifeforce Records in all of Europe since May 2nd and in the Middle East since March 31st, through Spellbind Records.
All their albums are also available online on iTunes, Amazon and the official online Nervecell store : store.nervecell.net.
About the festivals :
SUMMER BREEZE Open Air is about to go into its 14th round. The metallic breeze will blow in beautiful Dinkelsbuehl, Germany from August 18th to 20th, 2011. As usual, this year’s SUMMER BREEZE will take place over three days on two open-air stages on the airfield of the Aeroclub Dinkelsbuehl. With the Party Tent and their fourth stage, the Camel Stage, there will be a merciless display of hard music.
BRUTAL ASSAULT is an open air festival held over 3 days on 2 stages with the best from various extreme music genres, a total of more than 75 bands from around the world. The festival will take place inside the Old Army Fortress in Josefov (approx. 130 km from Prague). Unique atmosphere and history of the Fortress is an integral part of festival’s image and provides to our festival-goers unusual experience.