DISGORGE To Tour New Zealand, Australia In March
California death-grind band DISGORGE will be teaming up with DAWN OF AZAZEL and INTENSE HAMMER RAGE for the "Torturing New Zealand & Australia 2006" tour beginning in late February. They will also be playing a one-off show in Bangkok, Thailand on March 18. The dates are as follows:
w/ DAWN OF AZAZEL, INTENSE HAMMER RAGE:
Feb. 23 - Auckland, NZ @ TBA
Feb. 24 -Wellington, NZ @ TBA
Feb. 25 - Christchurch, NZ @ TBA
Feb. 26 - NZ @ TBA
Mar. 03 - Brisbane, AUS @ TBA
Mar. 04 - Sydney, AUS @ TBA
Mar. 05 – AUS @ TBA
Mar. 11 - Melbourne, AUS @ TBA
Mar. 12 - Melbourne, AUS @ TBA
w/ LACERATE, A GOOD DAY FOR KILLING:
Mar. 18 - Bangkok, THA @ Hollywood Award Hall
DISGORGE released their fourth album, "Paralells of Infinite Torture", in May via Crash Music Inc. The band had previously released two albums through the Unique Leader label (1999's "She Lay Gutted" and 2001's "Consume the Forsaken") and a collection of demos through Extremities Productions (1999's "Cranial Impalement").
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