Swedish gothic metal band Lake of Tears, on their second arrival to Romania

Newsroom 27/01/2011 | 17:35

Lake of Tears will hold a concert in Bucharest, at Arenele Romane, on June 25. The band’s first local concert occurred in March 2006 and was declared sold-out.

Currently, the band is preparing the launch of its eighth studio album this April. The new material, “Illwill”, may be included in the progressive gothic metal genre and it consists in ten tracks.

Formed in the early nineties, Swedish gothic metal band Lake of Tears has also added psychedelic rock and progressive metal to their musical palette over the years. The band broke up in 2000, but reunited three years later. The current lineup includes Daniel Brannare, Jonas Eriksson, Mihael Larrson and Johan Oudhuis.

Ticket fees vary depending on the date of purchase. They will be RON 80 between January 27-March 31, RON 100 between April 1-June 24 and RON 120 on June 25. They are available on biletoo.ro at Sala Palatului, Adevarul libraries across the country, Eminescu library, Victoria Shoping Center – Midola Music, Muzica Store, Palatul National al Copiilor, Unirea Shopping Center and Unirii 1 subway station.


Corina Dumitrescu

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