DARZAMAT Added To BATTLELORE / DRACONIAN European Tour

Poland's DARZAMAT has been added to the upcoming BATTLELORE / DRACONIAN European tour, which is scheduled to kick off late November. The dates are as follows:

Nov. 22 - Vienna, AUT @ Escape
Nov. 23 - Munich, GER @ Backstage
Nov. 24 - Bischofswerda, GER @ East Club
Nov. 25 - Engelsdorf, GER @ Hellraiser
Nov. 26 - Berlin, GER @ Knaack
Nov. 27 - Prague, CZR @ Hells Bells
Nov. 29 - Saarbr├╝cken, GER @ TBA
Nov. 30 - London, UK @ Underground
Dec. 01 - Arnhem, NETH @ Goudvishal
Dec. 02 - Vosselaar, BEL @ Biebob

DARZAMAT will also take part in the X-Mass Festivals European tour alongside SIX FEET UNDER, GOREFEST, KRISIUN, BELPHEGOR and CATARACT.

DARZAMAT's latest album, "Transkarpatia", was released in Poland via Metal Mind Productions. The 50-minute CD was mixed by producer Andy LaRocque (KING DIAMOND guitarist) at LaRocque's Los Angered studio outside Gothenburg, Sweden.

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