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Narnia – Returns!
Posted: 1-30-2014

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THE LION ROARS AGAIN!

Örebro, Sweden. January 31, 2014
Narnia, one of the world’s leading bands in neo-classical metal, are back again, stronger than ever. The praised album, and also the fans’ favourite, “Long Live The King” this year celebrates fifteen years since its release.
This anniversary will be celebrated with bombastic live shows and a deluxe re-issue of the album on CD and limited edition vinyl.

Confirmed concerts so far in 2014:
May 24, Metallsvenskan festival in Örebro, Sweden
June 14, Goodmoodstock Festival in Pieksämäki, Finland
July 5, Gullbranna Festival in Halmstad, Sweden
More dates will be announced later.

The lion will again roar on stage, where Narnia waves the melodic metal flag high and mighty!

The Narnia 2014 line-up features:
Christian Liljegren (vocals)
CJ Grimmark (guitars)
Andreas “Habo” Johansson (drums)
Martin Härenstam (keyboards)
Andreas Passmark (bass)

When the explosive singer Christian Liljegren and the guitar viruoso CJ Grimmark formed Narnia in 1996, little did they know about the adventures which awaited. Tours, six albums, live album/DVD, TV, radio and trips to Japan, The Faroe Islands, Mexico and of course Europe. Narnia toured with bands such as DIO, Stratovarius, Sonata Arctica and many others. They did several festivals such as Sweden Rock Festival and Gates Of Metal, to name a few, where thousands of fans enjoyed Narnia’s energetic live show, which leaves no one unaffected.

When Narnia now re-unites, the band hopes to visit countries, which have not yet been given the Narnia treatment.
The summer of 2014 will be memorable, when Narnia’s metal anthem Long Live The King is resurrected

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