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VOLBEAT’S LIVE ALBUM AND CONCERT FILM LET’S BOOGIE! LIVE FROM TELIA PARKEN OUT NOW

                                                            

 

CONFIRMS NORTH AMERICAN TOUR WITH GODSMACK IN SPRING OF 2019

 


14 December 2018 (TORONTO, ON) -  August 26, 2017, VOLBEAT became the first Danish band to headline and sell out their hometown venue, Denmark’s Telia Parken, setting the record for the biggest show by a domestic artist in Denmark ever with over 48,250 people in attendance. To commemorate and immortalize the record-breaking event, the band releases their live album and concert film, Let’s Boogie! Live From Telia Parken. Said lead singer Michael Poulsen about the historic show: “Headlining Telia Parken was a dream come true, and we’re humbled and honored that so many members of the Volbeat family came from far and wide to celebrate with us. We’re thrilled to be able to share what was a milestone night for us with everyone.” The album and concert film are available in the following configurations: BluRay /2 CD, DVD/2 CD, 2 CD, 3 LP vinyl, and digitally through all major DSPs.

 

 

Recently, Volbeat confirmed seventeen new tour dates with Godsmack throughout the U.S. and Canada in April and May of 2019. The tour will kick off with a string of dates in U.S. as special guests to Godsmack before the pair embark on a cross-country coheadline tour of Canada (full dates below). Additionally, two tiers of enhanced experiences will be available for these dates, a “Meet & Greet + Backstage Tour Experience” and a “Fast Track + Early Entry Package,” and full information is available here. Tickets for all newly announced dates are on sale here (with the exception of the Saskatoon date, which will go on-sale Saturday, Dec. 15 at 10am Local Time).

 

The 26-track Let’s Boogie! Live From Telia Parken, includes live versions of VOLBEAT’s chart-topping hits “For Evigt,” “The Devil’s Bleeding Crown,” “Still Counting,” and “A Warrior’s Call” as well as a live performance of a new song, “The Everlasting.” Special guests on the album (in order of appearance) include Mille Petrozza, Johan Olsen, Mark “Barney” Greenway, Lars Ulrich, boxer Mikkel Kessler and Danko Jones. Find a full list of guest performers below.

 


VOLBEAT emerged from Copenhagen in 2001. Since then, they’ve tirelessly clawed their way to hard rock’s upper echelon with endless touring and a string of six beloved full-length albums. Recently, their 2010 album Beyond Hell/Above Heaven, which features hit singles “A Warrior’s Call” and “Heaven Nor Hell,” received RIAA Gold Certification. 2013’s Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies bowed at #9 on the Billboard Top 200 upon release marking the highest U.S. chart entry for a Danish Act since 1997 until the band’s 2016 album Seal The Deal & Let’s Boogie topped it by debuting at #4.

 

 

Track listing:

  1. The Devil’s Bleeding Crown
  2. Heaven Nor Hell
  3. Radio Girl
  4. Lola Montez
  5. Let It Burn (feat. Mia Maja)
  6. Doc Holliday
  7. Sad Man’s Tongue
  8. 16 Dollars
  9. 7 Shots (feat. Mille Petrozza and Rod Sinclair)
  10. Fallen
  11. Slaytan
  12. Dead But Rising
  13. Goodbye Forever
  14. Maybellene I Hofteholder
  15. The Everlasting
  16. For Evigt (feat. Johan Olsen, Mia Maja and Rod Sinclair)
  17. Evelyn (feat. Mark “Barney” Greenway)
  18. Lonesome Rider
  19. Seal The Deal
  20. The Garden’s Tale (feat. Johan Olsen)
  21. Guitar Gangsters and Cadillac Blood (feat. Lars Ulrich)
  22. Enter Sandman (feat. Lars Ulrich)
  23. A Warrior’s Call (feat. Mikkel Kessler)
  24. Black Rose (feat. Danko Jones)
  25. Pool Of Booze, Booze, Booza
  26. Still Counting

 

Special Guests (in order of appearance):

Mia Maja –Vocals on “Let It Burn,” “For Evigt”

Rod Sinclair – Banjo on “7 Shots” and “For Evigt”

Mille Petrozza – Vocals on “7 Shots”

Johan Olsen – Vocals on “For Evigt” and “The Garden’s Tale”

Barney Greenway – Vocals on “Evelyn”

Lars Ulrich –  Drums on “Guitar Gangsters And Cadillac Blood” and “Enter Sandman”

Mikkel Kessler – Special Appearance on “A Warrior’s Call”

Danko Jones – Vocals on “Black Rose”