Voodoo Six will guest with Iron Maiden at the London O2 Arena on August 3rd. The show is already sold out, with all tickets being snapped up in a mere twelve minutes.
Voodoo Six are currently on the road in Europe with Iron Maiden, as main support on the 'Maiden England' tour, which kicked off in Spain back on May 27th. Since then the tour has taken them into a host of countries including France, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Poland, Portugal and the UK - where Maiden recently headlined the Saturday night at Download (June 15th) and V6 played a storming set on the Red Bull stage.
Other festivals played include Graspop (Belgium), SeeRock (Austria) and Sonisphere (Spain, Italy, France).
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Voodoo Six founding member Tony Newton commented: "It's been such an amazing experience, the reception each night has been simply overwhelming.
"Maiden and their crew have treated us so well. This tour has become the best and most exciting time of our lives so far.
"We're absolutely thrilled to be added to the London show, having been so busy constantly touring all of Europe. It's a great feeling to give the UK a chance to see what we've been up to."
Having penned a worldwide deal with Spinefarm Records, Voodoo Six are now touring in support of latest studio album, 'Songs To Invade Countries To': 11 tracks – including current single 'Your Way' – produced by V6 bassist Tony Newton and mixed by Tony Newton and Pedro Ferreira (The Darkness, Tank, Enter Shikari, Therapy?).
It follows 2010's 'Fluke?' outing, released through Classic Rock's Powerage label and mixed by renowned studio engineer Mike Fraser (AC/DC, Aerosmith, Metallica); 'Fluke?' will see an enhanced re-issue via Spinefarm later in the year.
Voodoo Six are planning a headline UK and Europe tour for later this year - stay tuned for dates.
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