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Horkýže Slíže tours are culminating in a quarter of a century on stage in Prague today

Horkýže Slíže celebrates the fourth century on the stage and it is very stylish. Punk rock classics went on tour with their new CD Paste Karola, which symbolically read 25 stops across the Czech Republic. The tour will culminate today in the Small Sports Hall at the Prague Exhibition Grounds.

Besides the concert line for a brand new album available on the YouTube channel, the boys also shared the book "Kontiňu ... pokračuje" , which the band Jaroslav Spulák wrote with the joy and insight.

"After a successful prologue - a spring club tour, Horkýže Slíže now comes to his loyal Czech fans with a new album, a book and a great show that will mix new pieces with proven hits," says Petr Fořt, time for the successful career of the band in the Czech Republic and adds: "We are all looking forward to celebrating this successful trillion together and starting a number of successful years."

At all twenty-five concert tours, a special guest was introduced as a special guest by the punk-rock band forbidden , which has been on the scene for the 12 years. At the end of 2016 she released her latest studio album Thanks to you! , which has already surpassed 1.5 million views on YouTube. Another guest of the tour was the metal project Mean Messiah producer and founder of The Barn Dana Frimla . Their debut album Hell was released by the Polish label Via Nocturna worldwide.

The Nitra band, Horkýže Slíže, who celebrates the 20th century in 2017, has built an unshakeable position in Slovakia and the Czech Republic for its career. In separate stadiums, clubs, cultural houses and sports halls sell out. Slíže became a popular festival stint across the two republics, played more than 2000 concerts, released 15 albums, over 100 million views on youtube, 200,000 fans on the facebook profile, and in the current Slavík survey, the audience was awarded the second most popular Slovak band.

Source: tz, edited editorially

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