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STEVE GRIMMETT’S GRIM REAPER ANNOUNCE FIVE FESTIVAL DATES





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Steve Grimmett's Grim Reaper Announce Festival Dates


Steve Grimmett’s GRIM REAPER have announced five new festival dates starting at Bang Your Head in Germany on July 14, 2017. Normally that wouldn’t be much to write home about but after the past six months, Steve Grimmett has had it’s a minor miracle.

As widely reported Steve had to have part of his leg amputated in Ecuador while on the bands South American tour in January after an operation to stem an aggressive infection failed. Since then Steve has been fighting to get back out there starting with these dates:

Steve Grimmett:

“I'm excited as hell to be returning to the stage, it's what I love to do, but it has to be done in a careful manner. I have to find out what I can and can't do for the time being so there won't be many gigs this year as I still have 18 months recovery to go through with more hospital and rehabilitation appointments and it's still all hard work in front of me but I feel I can say "I'm back".



Festival dates:

July 2017

14th BALINGEN, Germany, Messegelande – Bang Your Head 2017
http://www.bang-your-head.de

15th BARNET, UK, Rugby Club – Metal Brew 2017
http://www.metalbrew.co.uk

August 2017

5th WORCESTER, UK, Upton – Drunken Monkey 2017
https://www.drunkenmonkeyrockfest.co.uk

25th MUNICH, Germany, Hallbergmoos – Trveheim 2017
http://www.trveheim.com/

December 2017

3rd SHEFFIELD, UK, O2 Academy – HRH Xmas Rocka 2017
https://www.hrhnwobhm.com/




Official Band Links:
website: www.grimreaperofficial.co.uk
facebook: www.facebook.com/grimreaperofficial

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