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LORDI Signs To Atomic Fire, Readying New Album For 2023

Not another seven albums.

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Fresh off releasing seven new albums in 2021 under the name Lordiversity, Lordi has left AFM records and joined Atomic Fire. The band will release one single album in 2023 like any other normal band does, and will do a fair bit of touring in the next few months.

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"We are damn proud to announce that Lordi are joining the impressive ranks of Atomic Fire Records!" said band mastermind Mr. Lordi. "We’re quite psyched up to stir the pots with Markus Wosgien, Flori Milz, and their fantastic team. Leaving AFM Records (thanks a million, Jochen) was not an easy decision for us since the support there was always great! Stay tuned monster maniacs — the next era is all set and ready and awaiting just right around the corner…"

"With Lordi, we are happy to welcome another heavyweight of the heavy metal scene to Atomic Fire Records," added Atomic Fire Records label founder/A&R Markus Wosgien. "Twenty years ago, their fantastic debut Get Heavy was released and you simply had to love them!

"The combination of their monster image with traditional ’80s metal was a real joy on every single one of their albums and is always a guarantee for a true metal inferno live on stage. What Mr. Lordi and his monster clan recently created on the seven-CD package Lordiversity still leaves me speechless and will probably never be seen again in this form. We are looking forward to the next chapter with some new monster anthems par excellence!"

w/ Almanac, Dymytry

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11/21 Colos-Saal – Aschaffenburg, DE
11/23 Der Hirsch – Nuremberg, DE
11/24 Eventhall Airport – Regensburg-Obertraubling, DE
11/25 Hole44 – Berlin, DE
11/26 Hellraiser – Leipzig, DE
11/28 Backstage (Werk) – Munich, DE
11/29 Essigfabrik – Cologne, DE (w/ Enemy Inside, no Dymytry)
11/30 Garage – Saarbrucken, DE (w/ Enemy Inside, no Dymytry)
12/2 P60 – Amstelveen, NL (w/ Enemy Inside, no Dymytry)
12/3 Tivoli – Bremen, DE
12/4 Markthalle – Hamburg, DE

Lordi only

12/6 Vakaris – Vilnius, LT
12/8 Tavastia-klubi – Helsinki, FI
12/9 Olympia-kortteli – Tampere, FI
12/10 Viking Grace – Turku – MS, FI

w/ Sabaton & Babymetal

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4/14 First Direct Arena – Leeds, UK
4/15 Arena Wembley – London, UK
4/16 Motorpoint Arena – Cardiff, UK
4/18 OVO Hydro – Glasgow, UK
4/21 Zénith (La Villette) – Paris, FR
4/22 Festhalle – Frankfurt, DE
4/24 Barclays Arena – Hamburg, DR
4/25 Rockhal – Esch-sur-Alzette, LU
4/28 Avicii Arena – Stockholm, SE
4/29 Spektrum – Oslo, NO
4/30 Royal Arena – Copenhagen, DK
5/2 ZAG Arena – Hanover, DE
5/3 Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, NL
5/5 Mercedes-Benz Arena – Berlin, DE
5/6 Quarterback Immobilien Arena – Leipzig, DE
5/7 Stadthalle – Vienna, AT
5/9 Atlas Arena – Łódź, PL
5/10 Ostravar Aréna – Ostrava, CZ
5/12 Lanxess Arena – Cologne, DE
5/13 Sportpaleis – Antwerp, BE
5/15 Olympiahalle – Munich, DE
5/18 Saku Suurhall – Tallinn, EE
5/19 Helsingin Jäähalli – Helsinki, FI
5/20 Kuopio-halli – Kuopio, FI

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