DENIAL OF GOD Announce First Live Shows In Five Years

Long-running Danish "black horror metal" band DENIAL OF GOD have announced their first live appearances in five years. The details are as follows:

Apr. 01 – Lichtschauspielhaus - Itzehoe, GER (w/ Aeba, Nordafrost, Dawn Of Blood)
Apr. 02 - Club de B - Torhout, BEL (w/ DESTROYER 666, REVENGE, PARAGON IMPURE)

DENIAL OF GOD recently completed their lineup with the addition of a new bassist and drummer. The group's current formation is as follows:

Ustumallagam - Vocals
Azter - Guitar
The Unknown - Bass
Galheim - Drums

DENIAL OF GOD will record their long-awaited "The Horrors of Satan" album during the coming months. The album will appear on both CD and double vinyl LP on Belgium's Painkiller Records. Several split releases are being planned too along with more "blood-dripping" shows.


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