Swedish old-school death metallers DISMEMBER and Dutch melodic death metallers CALLENISH CIRCLE will team up for a four-concert Benelux tour in May.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

May 15 – Sneek, NETH @ Het Bolwerk
May 16 - Deventer, NETH @ Burgerweeshuis
May 17 – Zottegem, BEL @ Club Mundo
May 18 - Rotterdam, NETH @ Baroeg

In other news, CALLENISH CIRCLE have finally completed work on their fourth full-length album, "My Passion // Your Pain". "The album is recorded and mixed at Stage One Studio in Germany by Andy Classen," according to the band's official web site. "Niklas Sundin made some extremely cool artwork again and together with Andrea Beckers we managed to produce a quite interesting photo-shoot. Last but not least, the album was mastered by Peter Neuber at Mega Wimp Sound and for this job he used some very interesting studio-equipment. The result is absolutely KILLER."

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"My Passion // Your Pain" is due on May 5 through Metal Blade Records.


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