MARIONETTE To Support DEATHSTARS, SONIC SYNDICATE In Scandinavia

Gothenburg, Sweden-based metal sextet MARIONETTE will support SONIC SYNDICATE and DEATHSTARS on the Swedish and Norwegian legs of their upcoming European tour. The dates are as follows:

Feb. 08 - Brew House, Gothenburg, Sweden
Feb. 09 - John Dee, Oslo, Norway
Feb. 10 - The Tivoli, Helsingborg, Sweden
Feb. 12 - The Rock, Copenhagen, Denmark
Feb. 14 - KB, Malmö, Sweden

MARIONETTE recently completed a headlining U.K. and Netherlands tour. Photos from the Bristol concert are available on the band's MySpace page.

MARIONETTE's debut album, "Spite", was released in Europe on April 28, 2008 via Listenable Records and in North America in September via Koch/Listenable. The CD was recorded with producers Simon Exner and two-time Swedish Grammis award winner Åke Parmerud in Borås, Sweden. "Spite" was mixed and mastered by Christian Silver at Studio Mega (SONIC SYNDICATE, BY NIGHT) in Varberg, Sweden.

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