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Denmark's VOLBEAT delivers American debut in June

Volbeat Elvis metal 'n' rollers VOLBEAT, who combine '50s rock with modern metal, will unleash their trademark rockabilly sound on unsuspecting Americans come June 10th via their first ever U.S. release, ROCK THE REBEL/METAL THE DEVIL on Mascot Records USA. Expect to hear the first single Sad Man's Tongue on radio nationwide in May.

Original and different, classic and cutting edge, VOLBEAT is comprised of vocalist/guitarist Michael Poulsen, guitarist Thomas Bredahl, bassist Anders Kjlholm and drummer Jon Larsen. Already endorsed by Vans, Eastpak, Gibson, In Tune Guitar Picks, De Palma and Dean Markley, VOLBEAT is intent on earning the adoration of American fans from coast to coast.

In their native Denmark, ROCK THE REBEL/METAL THE DEVIL has been certified platinum. Further solidifying their success, VOLBEAT was nominated once at the 2007 MTV European Music Awards and four times at this year's annual Danish Music Awards (the Danish Grammy Awards equivalent) where ROCK THE REBEL/METAL THE DEVIL was named album of the year.

When it comes to performing live, VOLBEAT has taken the stage at numerous prestigious European festivals including, but not limited to: Wacken Open Air, Roskilde, With Full Force, Summer Breeze and Graspop. In July 2007, VOLBEAT opened for Metallica on their Sick of the Studio tour when it stopped in Denmark.

America is about to learn what Europe is already well aware of VOLBEAT rocks! ROCK THE REBEL/METAL THE DEVIL releases June 10th, 2008 on Mascot Records U.S.A. Expect their U.S. tour in the fall, dates TBA.

For more information visit or Myspace or watch Volbeats new video Sad Man's Tongue:

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Tags:  DenmarkVolbeatMichael PoulsenThomas BredahlAnders Kjlholm

    May 19, 2008

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