ABGOTT Off SEVERE TORTURE U.K. Tour
U.K. extreme black metallers ABGOTT will no longer support Dutch brutal death metal merchants SEVERE TORTURE on their upcoming U.K. tour. DESECRATION and EVILE are still scheduled to appear on all dates. The details are as follows:
Mar. 14 - TJS, Newport
Mar. 15 - Cavern, Exeter
Mar. 17 - Electrowerkz, London
Mar. 18 - Rock City, Nottingham
Mar. 19 - Satans Hollow, Manchester
Mar. 20 - Medicine Bar, Birmingham
Mar. 21 - Trillians, Newcastle
Mar. 22 - Soundhaus, Glasgow
A poster for the tour can be found at this location.
SEVERE TORTURE's latest album, "Fall of the Despised", was released in November 2005 via Earache Records. The band — comprised of Thijs van Laarhoven (guitar), Marvin Vriesde (guitar), Seth van De Loo (drums), Dennis Schreurs (vocals) and Patrick Boleij (bass) — has steadily gained a reputation as one of the current resurgent death metal scene's leading lights. Via the release of previous albums, "Feasting on Blood" and "Misanthropic Carnage", the group's unrelenting brutality and technicality has earned them the respect of fans worldwide.
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