SINERGY Guitarist Duo To Hold Japanese Clinics
SINERGY guitarists Alexi Laiho and Roope Latvala will be conducting three guitar clinics in Japan before the band embark on a five-day tour with ANGRA across the country. Dates and locations of the clinics are as follows:
Jun. 13 – Nagoya, JAP @ ESP Music Academy
Jun. 14 – Shibuya, JAP @ ESP Music Academy
Jun. 15 – Sendai, JAP @ ESP Music Academy
It should be noted that the above-listed clinics are for ESP students only and will not be open to the public. The whole band will partake in a question-and-answer session at the second clinic in Shibuy, where they will also be joined by a "student" band whose special assignment is to perform two SINERGY songs ("Gallowmere" and "The Sin Trade"). Roope and Alexi have reportedly prepared a special routine just for Japan which will be different from any other clinics they've done in the past. Each clinic will be approximately three hours long.
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