HYPOCRISY: Signing Session Scheduled

HYPOCRISY frontman Peter Tägtgren and bassist Mikael Hedlund will hold an autograph session at the Nuclear Blast record store in Donzdorf, Germany, on Wednesday, January 28. The session starts at 6:00 p.m.

As previously reported, HYPOCRISY recently finished filming a video for the track "Eraser", taken from the group's upcoming album, "The Arrival".

"The Arrival" is scheduled for release on February 16 through Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Catch-22" was recorded at Tägtgren's Abyss studios and features "a wide variety of songs" that "have the same kind of feeling as [the group's] self-titled album ([1999's] 'Hypocrisy') but [with] more 'finesse' to it," according to Peter.

HYPOCRISY will be embarking on a U.S. tour with CANNIBAL CORPSE, EXHUMED and VILE beginning on February 12 in Houston, Texas.


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