DISMEMBER Schedules First-Ever Visit To Singapore
Long-running Swedish death metallers DISMEMBER will perform their first-ever show in Singapore on July 13 at Substation, Guiness Theatre. Tickets are now on sale in Singapore and Malaysia through La Vanita, Straits Records and Muzikbox Productions.
DISMEMBER will reportedly be the first Swedish death metal band to ever perform in Singapore.
The band will embark on a tour of Australia and New Zealand immediately following its visit to Singapore.
The new self-titled album from DISMEMBER is being streamed in its entirety on MP3.com. Released in Europe on February 18 via Regain (April 1 in the U.S.), the CD was recorded at B.A.S. studios with producer Nico Elgstrand (MURDER SQUAD, KRUX, MERCILESS, ENTOMBED).
DISMEMBER recently completed the first leg of its Europa Burns tour alongside HATESPHERE, FALL OF SERENITY and LAY DOWN ROTTEN. The band has also kept a tour diary via the web site of the German edition of Metal Hammer magazine, which is available in English, German.
The Price of Beauty Productions's video footage of DISMEMBER's March 30, 2008 performance at the Underworld in London, England can be viewed below.
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