ABYSMAL DAWN Added To IMMORTAL Show In Hollywood

ABYSMAL DAWN, the Los Angeles-based extreme metal band featuring former members of RISE and INHUMAN VISION, has been added to the IMMORTAL show at the Avalon in Hollywood, California on July 15.

"As many of you know, we will be playing with EMPEROR just one month prior to this event at the Key Club in Hollywood," the band writes in a statement. "It is such a great honor to be playing with two legendary and influential bands for us that we never thought we'd get the chance to play with. Especially in such close proximity to each other. Come out and show your support and check out some of our new songs as well. We promise you won't regret it!"

ABYSMAL DAWN's debut album, "From Ashes", was released in North America in April 2006 via Crash Music Inc. It was engineered, mixed and mastered by John Haddad at Shiva Industries.


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