GORGOROTH: More South American Dates Announced
Norwegian black metallers GORGOROTH have scheduled the following South American tour dates:
Sep. 13 - Campinas, Brazil - Hammer Rock Bar *
Sep. 14 - São Paulo, Brazil - Hangar 110*
Sep. 15 - Belo Horizonte, Brazil - MG Lapa Multishow *
Sep. 16 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - [to be announced]
Sep. 17 - Porto Alegre, Brazil - Bar Opinião *
Sep. 19 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - [to be announced]
Sep. 20 - Santiago, Chile - [to be announced]
Sep. 22 - Colômbia, Bogotá - [to be announced]
Sep. 23 - Venezuela, Maracaibo - Centro Alianza
Sep. 25 - Equador, Quito - La Cantina
* With BELPHEGOR
GORGOROTH's video for the song "Carving a Giant" has been posted online at this location.
The "Carving a Giant" clip made its debut on MTV Norway's "Headbanger's Ball" on May 20. The track comes off GORGOROTH's latest CD, "Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloriam", which was released last year via Sweden's Regain Records.
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