Stockholm, Sweden-based all-female metal band FRANTIC AMBER will embark on its second tour of Russia in September.
The group’s last trip to Russia was a four-date, one-week trek in March, which included an appearance at the fifth-anniversary edition of the female-voice festival Zheleznye Devy festival (see video below).
Comments FRANTIC AMBER: “We are so looking forward to come back to Russia! The last tour was awesome and it will be great to meet our Russian fans and friends again!”
FRANTIC AMBER Russian tour dates (venue details to be announced):
Sep. 02 – Moscow
Sep. 03 – Tula
Sep. 04 – Kaluga
Sep. 05 – Smolensk
Sep. 06 – [to be announced]
Sep. 07 – [to be announced]
Sep. 08 – Penza
Sep. 09 – Ryazan
Sep. 10 – [to be announced]
Featuring members from four different countries (Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Japan), FRANTIC AMBER delivers straightforward melo-death growl spiced up with clean vocals. The band has in the past year gone from playing at local clubs to performing at larger festivals such as Sweden Rock Festival as well as the aforementioned Zheleznye Devy.
FRANTIC AMBER was conceived in 2008 by guitarist Mary, who was looking to form an all-female band with the power and attitude more commonly associated with male groups. After going through several personnel changes, FRANTIC AMBER‘s lineup was solidified in March 2010. A video for the song “Wrath Of Judgement” made quite an impression on the metal scene, paving the way for the worldwide digital release of the band’s debut five-song EP via the Australian metal label BlueFreya Media.
FRANTIC AMBER recently entered the studio to begin recording its second EP. In addition, the band is busy booking gigs and playing out as often as possible while also searching for the right girl to fill the empty drummer seat.
Professionally filmed video footage of FRANTIC AMBER performing the song “Bloodlust” at the Zheleznye Devy festival in Russia on March 7, 2011 an be viewed below.
For more information, visit the FRANTIC AMBER official web site.