AMON DIN: 'Where The Dreams No Longer Exist' Artwork Preview Available
Leading Serbian death/thrash band AMON DIN has posted a preview of the artwork for its upcoming second album, "Where the Dreams No Longer Exist", at this location. The artwork was created by legendary artist Zig The Skingraver, who has previously worked with SUFFOCATION, PYREXIA and DYING FETUS, among others. The CD is tentatively due later in the year via an as-yet-undetermined label.
In other news, AMON DIN will support KREATOR on June 16 at SKC in Belgrade, Serbia.
As previously reported, AMON DIN will embark on a Balkan tour in October as the support act for Dutch melodic death masters GOD DETHRONED. The dates are as follows (venue details to be announced):
Oct. 19 - Zagreb, Croatia (with USUD, VULVATHRONE)
Oct. 20 - Sarajevo, Bosnia (with USUD)
Oct. 21 - Beograd, Serbia
Oct. 22 - Sofia, Bulgaria (with ENTHRALLMENT)
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/amondin.
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