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Evergrey’s Henrik Danhage Talks Gear with Bandist

Posted on November 10th, 2016 by Morgan Brunner

Lead guitarist Henrik Danhage of Swedish progressive metal band Evergrey recently took German instrument retailer and blogger Bandist on a tour of his live rig, which includes an impressive collection of Charvel guitars.

Danhage begins with the amps, pedals and effects he uses to achieve his signature sound, dialing in the details of the channels and settings. Saving the best for last, Danhage also walks the viewer through his prized group of modified Charvel guitars that he plays exclusively.

“All-time favorite,” says Danhage. “Growing up with all the cool players, like Steve Vai, Warren DeMartini, Jake E Lee, you know a lot of those cats had Charvels. I’m so honored that I can work with them and they make me awesome guitars. I couldn’t be happier on the guitar front.”

Watch the interview with Danhage below to get all the details on what he brings to the stage.

Death Destruction Announces 2012 Tour Dates With In Flames

Posted on December 19th, 2011 by MDuffy

Swedish metallers Death Destruction wrapped up an extensive European tour earlier this month, but the band recently announced a string of 10 dates in Sweden and Denmark slated for April 2012.

Death Destruction, who released a three-song EP last April followed by a self-titled full-length in August, will be on the road with fellow Swedes In Flames.

Here are the 2012 tour dates:

09-Apr: Norrköping, Flygeln

10-Apr: Huskvarna, Folkets Park Teater ladan

11-Apr: Trollhättan, Folkets Hus

12-Apr: Copenhagen, Vega

13-Apr: Örebro, Klubb 700

14-Apr: Linköping, Garden

15-Apr: Karlstad, Nöjesfabriken

21-Apr: Åre, TV4 sport arena

22-Apr: Piteå, Norrmalmia

24-Apr: Umeå, Idun

25-Apr: Gävle, Maxim

Death Destruction has a video out for “Mark My Words,” which you can view below:

And for those into reading subtitles, here’s the latest installment of Deathdestruction’s video tour diary:

For more information, visit Deathdestruction’s official website.

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