Former DRAIN STH Bassist To Tour With HANZEL UND GRETYL After All

Despite previous reports to the contrary, former DRAIN STH/SUPERFIX bassist Anna Kjellberg will in fact be joining New York-based industrial metal band HANZEL UND GRETYL on their "Evil DoER Tour" with MINISTRY and MY LIFE WITH THE THRILL KILL KULT. "First I was not gonna do this tour, but the universe wanted something else and here we go," Anna wrote in an e-mail sent to select industry contacts. "HANZEL UND GRETYL are ready to conquer the world once again!! We played [House of Blues] tonight [Friday, Sept. 24] here in LA, and again tomorrow, then we're off for who knows how long..?? I'm frantically trying to pack a bag and get shit ready to go, since I found out last night that I'm leaving tomorrow..." A complete list of tour dates can be found at this location.


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