FOSCOR Announces French Tour Dates, Begins Work On Third Album

FOSCOR, one of the very few black metal bands hailing from the Catalan region of Spain, will play ten dates with fellow black metallers OTARGOS during February 2009. Nine of the dates will be in OTARGOS' home country of France, while the tenth will take place in Irún in the Basque region of Spain.

The details are as follows:

Feb. 19 - Salle Emeraude, Bressure
Feb. 20 - Floride, Nantes
Feb. 21 - Mondo Bizarro, Rennes
Feb. 22 - Espace B, Paris
Feb. 23 - La Rumeur, Lille
Feb. 24 - Bar La Place, Caen
Feb. 25 - Furious, Troyes
Feb. 26 - Heretic Club, Bordeaux
Feb. 27 - Wheelie Bar, Clermont Ferrand
Feb. 28 - Sala Tunk, Irun (Spain)

FOSCOR, which in the band's native Catalan language means "darkness," is currently working on material for its third, as-yet-untitled album for a late spring/early summer release via Temple of Darkness Records. The follow-up to 2007's "The Smile Of The Sad Ones" will be recorded at the Room Studios in Spain beginning at the end of March 2009.

Below is the official video for the song "I Tornà de les Cendres" from FOSCOR's album "The Smile of the Sad Ones".

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