THE MORE I SEE, ADDICTION CREW Confirmed For Italy's ROCK IM RING Festival
THE MORE I SEE, new band of PRODIGY guitarist Gizz Butt (ex-ENGLISH DOGS, JANUS STARK), have been confirmed to appear at the Rock Im Ring open air festival on July 3 in Bozen, Italy. Also set to perform at the festival are ADDICTION CREW, the Italian band formerly known as ADDICTION. More confirmations will be announced soon.
Founded in 2002, THE MORE I SEE released a debut CD, "Don't Look Now I'm Living", on the German underground label Modern Noise. The positive response from the metal magazines and the audiences on the band's summer 2003 European tour was enough to impress SPV/Steamhammer Records to sign THE MORE I SEE to a three-album deal. With a tight and technical thrash metal sound, the band are about to hit the road to promote their new CD mixed by acclaimed metal producer Andy Sneap.
Recently signed to Earache Records, ADDICTION CREW will release their new album, "Break In Life", before the summer.
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