San Diego, California heavy metal band CAGE has been confirmed to make their first-ever appearance at the Milwaukee Metalfest XVII to be held on Friday and Saturday, July 25 & 26, 2003 at the U.S. Cellular Arena in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

CAGE will be supporting their upcoming new release, "Darker Than Black", which will be released in Europe on April 22 through Massacre Records.

"Darker Than Black" will be released in the USA through Fugitive Records, a joint (CAGE-Desert Rock Promotions) venture during the early part of June 2003.

See CAGE live in concert at the following dates and US metal festivals:

Apr. 16 - The Galaxy - Santa Ana, CA (w/ SEVEN WITCHES)
Apr. 18 - Brick By Brick - San Diego, CA (w/ SEVEN WITCHES)
Apr. 19 - Paladinos - Reseda, CA (w/ SEVEN WITCHES)
Jun. 13 – BW&BK 6-Pack Weekend Metal Festival - Cleveland, OH
Jun. 14 - BW&BK 6-Pack Weekend Metal Festival - Cleveland, OH
Jul. 25 - Milwaukee Metalfest XVII - Milwaukee, WI
Jul. 26 - Milwaukee Metalfest XVII - Milwaukee, WI


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