Norwegian black metallers GORGOROTH have issued the following update regarding their recently completed European tour:"The European 'Twilight of the Idol' tour [was] a great success. Lots of people showed up at the gigs and GORGOROTH broke the venue record at two venues. Besides the technical problems at the show in Osnabrück, GORGOROTH delivered great shows and Khaoz Productions showed themselves to be a serious and reliable company which GORGOROTH will continue to work with in the future. GORGOROTH and their support act 1349 had to cancel all the local support acts because of lack of time, technical problems and the need for getting the crew to function at its best. This created a show with unholy Norwegian black metal from the beginning to the end. Just the way it is supposed to be. Hail Satan. "In other news GORGOROTH will participate in a canadian documentary about the history of metal along with bands like METALLICA, MARILYN MANSON, SLAYER, ENSLAVED, RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE and others. This documentary will be shown on Canadian television, film festivals and cinemas."
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