DARZAMAT: Polish Tour Dates Announced
Poland's DARZAMAT have announced the details of their "Dark Stars Tour". The trek, which kicks off on November 7, will see the groups presenting their new material in some of the biggest Polish cities. The dates are as follows:
Nov. 07 – Warszawa, Proxima
Nov. 08 – Lublin, Graffiti
Nov. 09 – Rzeszów, Plus
Nov. 10 – Kraków, Loch Ness
Nov. 11 – Kielce, Hormon
Nov. 12 – Lódz, Dekompresja
Nov. 13 – Katowice, Mega Club
DARZAMAT's recently completed fourth album, "Semidevilish", is scheduled for release on October 18 via Metal Mind Productions.
The follow-up to last year's "Oniriad" was recorded at Mamut Studio with producer Maciej Mularczyk and contains 10 songs plus an intro, for a total of 50 minutes of music. Also included with the CD will be a concert video for the song "Era Aggression", filmed at the ninth edition of the "Brutal Assault" festival in the Czech Republic, where DARZAMAT appeared directly before CANNIBAL CORPSE. "Semidevilish" is the group's first album to feature new members Golem (drums, ex-DRAGON), Spectre (keyboards) and Nera (vocals, ex-MIDNIGHTDATE).
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