Swedish metallers Grand Magus will hit the road early in 2012 across Europe. Support will come from the hand of Bullet, Steelwing, Skull Fist and Vanderbuyst.

Here it is the official statement from the band: "Frost and fire! How much metal can you take? Delivering Swedish steel with an iron fist in Germany, Switzerland, Holland, France and Belgium. The Magus is thrilled to have our brothers from Bullet with us on this venture and we promise that no prisoners will be taken!"

Tour dates are as following:

05.01.2012 (DE) - Munich, Backstage
06.01.2012 (DE) - Stuttgart, Universum
07.01.2012 (CH) - Aarau, Kiff
08.01.2012 (BE) - Vosselaar, Biebob
09.01.2012 (FR) - Paris, Divan Du Monde
10.01.2012 (DE) - Darmstadt, Steinbruch Theater
11.01.2012 (DE) - Hamburg, Markthalle
12.01.2012 (DE) - Berlin, K17
13.01.2012 (DE) - Andernach, Juz
14.01.2012 (DE) - Essen, Turock
15.01.2012 (NL) - Tilburg, 013




Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Grand Magus
Event: Grand Magus: European Tour 2012
 
Posted: 02.10.2011 by Vombatus



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Valentin B - 02.10.2011 at 11:26  
Fuck! that billing is like a small festival to me.
Kingface - 02.10.2011 at 11:28  
Wow, that's quite a line-up! Would love to see the same come to the UK.
SceneryOfLoss - 02.10.2011 at 12:39  
I start to think Portugal isn't part of Europe xD
BloodTears - 02.10.2011 at 12:46  
Written by SceneryOfLoss on 02.10.2011 at 12:39

I start to think Portugal isn't part of Europe xD


That can be said sometimes, but if you look at this tour, it's only like 5 countries. Hardly an "European Tour".
Enemy of Reality - 02.10.2011 at 14:11  
Written by BloodTears on 02.10.2011 at 12:46

Written by SceneryOfLoss on 02.10.2011 at 12:39

I start to think Portugal isn't part of Europe xD


That can be said sometimes, but if you look at this tour, it's only like 5 countries. Hardly an "European Tour".


x3
J. N. - 02.10.2011 at 14:21  
Written by BloodTears on 02.10.2011 at 12:46

Written by SceneryOfLoss on 02.10.2011 at 12:39

I start to think Portugal isn't part of Europe xD

That can be said sometimes, but if you look at this tour, it's only like 5 countries. Hardly an "European Tour".

Europe = Germany, countries around Germany + France.
The rest of what we call "Europe" is probably called something else. "Europe II" or something.
Vombatus - 02.10.2011 at 14:48  
No one tours Moldavia... isn't it part of Europe ? It's unfair for our moldavian friends, isn't it ? XD

Touring europe doesnt mean they must pass by every european country... It all depends of local promoters that want them to go.
BloodTears - 02.10.2011 at 14:48  
Written by J. N. on 02.10.2011 at 14:21

Written by BloodTears on 02.10.2011 at 12:46

Written by SceneryOfLoss on 02.10.2011 at 12:39

I start to think Portugal isn't part of Europe xD

That can be said sometimes, but if you look at this tour, it's only like 5 countries. Hardly an "European Tour".

Europe = Germany, countries around Germany + France.
The rest of what we call "Europe" is probably called something else. "Europe II" or something.


lol It's like the European Union on these tours. What the heck Germany and France rule and the others follow. One date, if you're lucky.
Bad English - 02.10.2011 at 15:29  
Written by SceneryOfLoss on 02.10.2011 at 12:39

I start to think Portugal isn't part of Europe xD


and their home contry is also not part of Europe , typical swedish metal bands dont care about home croud ehhhh
SceneryOfLoss - 02.10.2011 at 16:10  
I just found it stupid that every "european" tour is always in the same countries.
Marcel Hubregtse - 02.10.2011 at 16:25  
Those are the countries that make them money touring.
Why Portugal and Spain (Madrid, Barcelona) are mostly skipped by the not huge bands is because it's way too expensive to get there.

Thanks God I live in The Netherlands because all tours and bands at least have one stop here. We get a lot more over than France and even Germany. Hooray for being small, centrally placed and having liberal pot laws (even though I hate those laws personally)
J. N. - 02.10.2011 at 19:59  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 02.10.2011 at 16:25

Those are the countries that make them money touring.
Why Portugal and Spain (Madrid, Barcelona) are mostly skipped by the not huge bands is because it's way too expensive to get there.

Thanks God I live in The Netherlands because all tours and bands at least have one stop here. We get a lot more over than France and even Germany. Hooray for being small, centrally placed and having liberal pot laws (even though I hate those laws personally)

Screw you, guys, I'm going to The Netherlands.
Promonex - 02.10.2011 at 21:15  
Now that lineup is sexy indeed
Valentin B - 03.10.2011 at 11:48  
Written by Vombatus on 02.10.2011 at 14:48

No one tours Moldavia... isn't it part of Europe ? It's unfair for our moldavian friends, isn't it ? XD

Touring europe doesnt mean they must pass by every european country... It all depends of local promoters that want them to go.

haha, being close to Moldavian culture and the Moldavian nation as a whole, you are absolutely right: I have never EVER heard of any international band that has ever played in Moldavia.. i guess you have to thank the remnants of communism for that. Apparently Scorpions played there recently though, and Dan Balan, the infamous member of the atrocious O-Zone (the guys with the "Numa Numa" song) was a member of the band known as Inferialis. so they do have a metal scene, it's just not that amazing.
Vombatus - 03.10.2011 at 14:13  
Written by Valentin B on 03.10.2011 at 11:48

Written by Vombatus on 02.10.2011 at 14:48


haha, being close to Moldavian culture and the Moldavian nation as a whole, you are absolutely right: I have never EVER heard of any international band that has ever played in Moldavia.. i guess you have to thank the remnants of communism for that. Apparently Scorpions played there recently though, and Dan Balan, the infamous member of the atrocious O-Zone (the guys with the "Numa Numa" song) was a member of the band known as Inferialis. so they do have a metal scene, it's just not that amazing.


Actually, I have no idea what moldavian metal scene looks like (but I'm gonna check now on MA to expand my tr00 metal-knowledge ). I just randomly mentioned them to tease all those people that cry over every tour announcement... they get a bit irritating sometimes
Milena - 03.10.2011 at 22:11  
Written by SceneryOfLoss on 02.10.2011 at 16:10

I just found it stupid that every "european" tour is always in the same countries.

Well, the recess hits even metal bands...

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