Texas black metal trio AVERSE SEFIRA has announced two additional dates following the conclusion of the Lucifer Over America Tour: March 22 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada with WATAIN at the Dawn of Destruction Festival held at the MacEwan Hall Ballroom; and a headlining engagement on April 12 in Juarez, Mexico, at the New Rainbow Bar.AVERSE SEFIRA's new full-length album, "Advent Parallax", was released on February 12 via Candlelight Records. Produced by Tore Stjerna (WATAIN, IN BATTLE), the CD features stunning artwork created by renowned artist/illustrator Jos A. Smith (cover artist for the first BATHORY album). Having signed with Candlelight Records in late 2006, AVERSE SEFIRA's recording history dates to 1996. AVERSE SEFIRA has recorded three albums, all released by small/international record labels prior to "Advent Parallax". Candlelight issued a remastered version of the band's second release, "Battle's Clarion", in early 2007 in support of their tour with labelmates 1349. The group opened for EMPEROR at their sold-out New York City performance June 2007. AVERSE SEFIRA performing live, March 2007:
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