Norway's EINHERJER have shot a video for the track "Ironbound". "The editing should be finished in a week or so," reads a post on the band's web site. "Ironbound" comes off the group's recently released album, "Blot", available through Tabu Recordings.
The follow-up to 2000's "Norwegian Native Art" was mixed at Top Room Studio with Børge Finstad (ARCTURUS, MAYHEM, BORKNAGAR) and is said to be the longest EINHERJER album to date.
EINHERJER will kick off their Scandinavian tour on October 8 in Oslo. They will also play a one-off U.K. show at The Underworld in Camden on October 24.
EINHERJER tour dates:
Oct. 08 - John Dee - Oslo, NOR
Oct. 09 - Garage - Bergen, NOR
Oct. 10 - Flytten - Haugesund, NOR
Oct. 11 - Tribute - Sandnes, NOR
Oct. 12 - 1000Fryd – Aalborg, DEN
Oct. 13 - Henriksberg – Gothenburg, SWE
Oct. 14 - Kaffe 44 – Stockholm, SWE
Oct. 15 - Blæst - Trondheim, NOR
Oct. 16 - Tapperiet - Molde, NOR
Oct. 17 - Rust - Ørsta, NOR
Oct. 18 - Hydranten – Hamar, NOR
Oct. 24 – The Underworld - Camden, UK
Support on the tour will come from LUMSK, GRIFFIN and SCARIOT except for the London show, which will feature REIGN OF EREBUS, ADORIOR and ACOLYTE'S RUIN.
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