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The 69 Eyes

Tue. 19.11.2019

Trier, Mergener Hof

(WEST END TOUR 2019)

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€26.00

Wed. 20.11.2019

F-Paris, Backstage by the Mill

(WEST END TOUR 2019)

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€29.60

Thu. 21.11.2019

UK-London, The Garage

(WEST END TOUR 2019)

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€31.85

Sat. 23.11.2019

Oberhausen, Kulttempel

(WEST END TOUR 2019)

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€27.00

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Sun. 24.11.2019

Frankfurt, Zoom

(WEST END TOUR 2019)

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€27.00

Fri. 03.04.2020

ESP-Madrid, Sala Shôko

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€27.00

Sat. 04.04.2020

ESP-Barcelona, Salamandra 1

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€27.00

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According to the 30th anniversary, the Helsinki Vampires will haunt Europe for a 18 days run in over ten countries!

Conceived in Finland in 1989, dark rockers THE 69 EYES have come a long way and shaped the genre of ‘Goth ‘n’ Roll’ like no other. With several platinum selling albums like »Blessed Be« and »Paris Kills« released around the millennium, the quintet not only reached #1 of the single and album charts in their home country of Finland, but also plunged the world into their sinful cosmos of love, death and eternal melancholy and outlived any other band emerging from the goth hype of the early 2000s. By developing their sound further into sleaze rock on »Devils« (2004) and »Angels« (2007) and not shying away from pitch black Elvis allusions in singer Jyrki 69’s majestic dark voice and unique dance moves on stage, the band established their worldwide following by relentlessly touring Europe, America, Asia and Australia.

This year, they celebrate their 30th band anniversary but don't even think of slowing down and have now announced their new studio piece »West End« that will be released on Friday, the 13th of September via Nuclear Blast. This 12th full-length record, featuring top notch guest vocalists such as Cradle Of Filth's Dani Filth, Wednesday 13 and Beastö Blancö's Calico Cooper, consists of 11 up-tempo rock anthems full of heaviness, black memento mori moments and dark humour and sees the band dancing in the ruins of our world:

“The title »West End« evokes a dark image – when something dies, something new comes up and we all have to change in order to stay alive", singer Jyrki 69 explains. "I feel like this planet is on some turning point. The end of the western world is near and the question is: What is happening when the west ends..? The title has multiple meanings for us… but be assured it has definitely nothing to do with The Pet Shop Boys or London..."

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