The 69 Eyes reveal music video for new single “Two Horns Up”

The 69 Eyes Two Horns Up single cover
For the first time in 19 years, Friday the 13th coincides with a full moon - what a perfect day for the masters of gothic rock, The 69 Eyes, to unleash their 30-year-anniversary album, “West End”.

To celebrate the release, the Helsinki Vampires evoked another legendary evil spirit of the metal scene. Starring in the band’s new music video for “Two Horns Up” is the one and only master of all things nefarious, Dani Filth from Cradle Of Filth. So get ready for the most twisted goth‘n’roll track of the autumn and watch the video below.

“We’ve been friends with Dani Filth for 25 years and The 69 Eyes did our best-ever and legendary North American tour with them over ten years ago. We were partying with him on my 50th birthday at Hollywood’s Rainbow Bar & Grill last October and came into conclusion that he should sing some guest vocals on our new album. It is mind-blowing to have the world’s most recognizable extreme metal vocalist on the opening track on our album. "Two Horns Up" speaks about today and to everybody!”, comments The 69 Eyes vocalist Jyrki.

Get your copy of the digipak (including the album + Blu-Ray with a special band documentary directed by Ville Lipiäinen) or digital download here.

In addition, there are special bundles with limited colour vinyl/CD-digipack/t-shirt/hoodie available in the band shop - EU Store and US Store.

The 69 Eyes’ new studio album, “West End”, is out today and consists of 11 up-tempo rock anthems full of heaviness, black memento mori moments and dark humour. The album features several great guest vocalists such as Dani Filth, Wednesday 13 and Beastö Blancö’s Calico Cooper.

In November, The 69 Eyes will hit the road to play a European tour and have announced the German gothic rock institution Lacrimas Profundere as support for their West End Tour 2019. See the full touring schedule below.

Finland Tour Dates 2019:
14.09.  FIN  Radio Rock Cruise, Helsinki – Tallinn – Helsinki
20.09.  FIN  Viking Grace, Turku – Stockholm – Turku
25.09.  FIN  Tampere - Klubi
28.09.  FIN  Ähtäri - Club B 52
04.10.  FIN  Hämeenlinna - Aulanko Areena
05.10.  FIN  Mikkeli - Wilhelm Public House
10.10.  FIN  Kuopio - Henry’s Pub
11.10.  FIN  Joensuu - Ravintola Kerubi
12.10.  FIN  Kotka - Ravintola Leikari
25.10.  FIN  Jyväskylä - Lutakko
26.10.  FIN  Seinäjoki - Rytmikorjaamo
01.11.  FIN  Helsinki - Tavastia
European Tour Dates 2019:
02.11. D  Leipzig - Moritzbastei
03.11. D  Berlin – SO36
05.11. D  Hamburg - Logo
06.11. D  Cologne - Essigfabrik
07.11. D  Stuttgart - Wizemann Club
08.11. D  Munich - Backstage (Halle)
09.11. CZ  Prague - Meat Factory
11.11. PL  Wroclaw - Stary Klasztor
12.11. HU  Budapest - Barba Negra
13.11. SK  Bratislava - Atelier Babylon
14.11. AT  Vienna - Chelsea
16.11. IT  Parma - Campus Music Industry
17.11. CH  Pratteln - Z7
19.11. D  Trier - Mergener Hof
20.11. F  Paris - Backstage by the Mill
21.11. UK  London - The Garage
23.11. D  Oberhausen - Kulttempel
24.11. D  Frankfurt - Zoom
Live Shows 2020:
06.03. LVA  Riga - Melna Piektdiena
07.03. LTU  Vilnius - Vakaris
08.03. BLR  Minsk - Republic
10.03. UKR  Lviv - Festrepublic
11.03. RUS  Kiev - Atlas
13.03. RUS  St.Petersburg - Zal
14.03. RUS  Moscow - RED
16.03. RUS  Khabarovsk - Velicano
17.03. RUS  Vladivostok - Kraft

Jyrki 69 - Vocals
Bazie - Guitar, backing vocals
Timo-Timo - Guitar
Archzie - Bass, backing vocals
Jussi 69 - Drums