DRACONIS INFERNUM To Support MARDUK In Indonesia
Singaporean black metallers DRACONIS INFERNUM will support MARDUK on the following dates as part of the "Asian Black Death Redemption Tour 2010":
Dec. 11 - Tri Lomba Juang, Semarang, Indonesia
Dec. 12 - Bulugan Outdoor, Jakarta, Indonesia
DRACONIS INFERNUM was formed by Xepher in 2005. It currently comprises of guitarists Xepher and Niloc and drummer Seberuz Hammerfrost. The band went through several lineup changes in the early years.
In December 2007, the band entered the studio to record its debut album, "Death In My Veins". Released in April 2008, it was limited to only 500 copies.
In August 2009, the band played at Barther Metal Open Air festival in Germany, emerging as only the third black metal band from Southeast Asia ever to set foot on the European shores.
A new full-length album titled "Rites Of Desecration & Demise" is set to be released in 2011.
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