Os britânicos Voodoo Six são os convidados especiais dos Iron Maiden para a primeira parte do aguardado concerto em Portugal, dia 29 de Maio, no Pavilhão Atlântico. Os Voodoo Six preparam-se para editar álbum novo, no final de Abril, intitulado “Songs to Invade Countries To”.
Steve Harris, baixista e um dos fundadores dos Iron Maiden, que actua amanhã no Hard Club com o seu novo projecto, disse: “I’ve been keeping an eye on Voodoo Six for a while now and they’ve produced a cracking new album with real promise. It’s great to support true British up and coming talent such as theirs and it’ll be a pleasure to have them out with us on tour.”
O vocalista dos Voodoo Six, Luke Purdie acrescentou: “This is a huge deal for us and an amazing opportunity to support arguably the most iconic band in metal history. We came up with the album title ‘Songs To Invade Countries To’ ages ago since we’ve been wanting to get our music across to European shores for a long time – but it’s been made a reality now that we’ve been chosen to support Iron Maiden on these dates. It’s going to be a very exciting year!”.