Norwegian metallers STONEGARD will play their last shows ever on January 16 and January 17 at Rockefeller and Sub Scene — both in Oslo. The Rockefeller concert will be filmed for a DVD, to be released before the summer. Support at the gig will come from SAHG and BENEA REACH.
STONEGARD announced in October that it was disbanding because its members "could not find a way to continue [their] work together."
A remixed version of STONEGARD's second album, "From Dusk Till Doom", was made available on September 1 via Indie Recordings.
STONEGARD spent their first years in Scandinavia touring heavily and opening for acts like BLACK SABBATH, KORN, SLIPKNOT, MOTÖRHEAD and SYSTEM OF A DOWN.
The group's 2005 debut, "Arrows", became a success with sales of more than 7,000 in Scandinavia alone.
For the European release of "From Dusk Till Doom", STONEGARD upgraded the album with a new mix, re-recorded guitars and bass and brought in no other than Ted Jensen (SLIPKNOT, MACHINE HEAD) for the mastering.
The CD was produced and recorded by Daniel Bergstrand (IN FLAMES, MESHUGGAH), and was mixed by Stamos Koliousis and Vangelis Labrakis (MENCEA, SUPERPSYCHICS). The album also includes a bonus CD containing previously unreleased material (demo tapes, videoclips etc.)
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