Reunited Dutch metallers GOREFEST have been confirmed as the "very special guest" on the second leg of BOLT THROWER's European tour, which is scheduled to kick off April 6 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Confirmed tour dates are as follows:

Apr. 06 - Edinburgh, SCO @ The Bongo Club
Apr. 07 - Bradford, UK @ Rio
Apr. 09 - Dublin, IRE @ Voodoo Lounge
Apr. 10 - Southhampton, UK @ Venue TBA
Apr. 11 - London, UK @ The Underworld
Apr. 12 - Hengelo, NETH @ Metropool
Apr. 13 - Copenhagen, DEN @ The Rock
Apr. 14 - Gothenburg, SWE @ Sticky Fingers
Apr. 15 - Oslo, NOR @ Inferno Festival
Apr. 16 - Stockholm, SWE @ Klubben
Apr. 18 - Helsinki, FIN @ Nosturi
Apr. 19 - Oulu, FIN @ Teatria
Apr. 20 - Umeå, SWE @ Midnight
Apr. 21 - Örebro, SWE @ Satin
Apr. 22 - Lund, SWE @ Mejeriet
Apr. 23 – Bremen, GER - Wehrschloss
Apr. 25 - Lyon, FRA @ Marché Gare
Apr. 26 - Perpignan, FRA @ Le Crockmore
Apr. 27 - Barcelona, SPA @ Centro Civico Les Basses
Apr. 28 - Durango, SPA @ Plateruena
Apr. 29 - Madrid, SPA @ Ritmo & Compas
Apr. 30 - Barroselas, POR @ SWR Barroselas Metalfest IX

GOREFEST were forced to cancel their European tour earlier in the month "due to severe problems at the side of German agency Bruchstein Records," according to a posting on the band's web site.

GOREFEST's latest CD, "La Muerte", was released in Europe in October via Nuclear Blast Records. The album was recorded at Excess studio in Rotterdam, Holland with engineer Hans Pieters. Mixing duties were handled in August by Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, ABORTED, DISBELIEF, BORN FROM PAIN) at Antfarm studio in Denmark. A video for the album's opening track, "For the Masses", was shot with director Maurice Swinkels of LowLife Media (EXODUS, ABORTED, PRIMAL FEAR). Watch it online at NuclearBlast.de (Real Media).

GOREFEST issued several CDs through the Nuclear Blast label in the early 1990s before switching to SPV for their last album, 1998's "Chapter 13".


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