HELHEIM To Tour UK/Ireland With TAAKE, VULTURE INDUSTRIES

Norwegian black/viking metal band HELHEIM will embark on a short tour of U.K. and Ireland in March with TAAKE and VULTURE INDUSTRIES. The band says, "HELHEIM will bring their brutality overseas and blast your brains with pure metal."

The dates are as follows:

March 03 - Manchester, UK - Music Box
March 04 - Dublin, IRE - Fibber Magees
March 05 - Cork, IRE - An Cruiscin Lan
March 06 - Glasgow, UK - Ivory Blacks
March 07 - London, UK - Camden Underworld

Fan-filmed video footage of HELHEIM's November 9, 2008 concert at the Phantoms of Pilsen 2 festival in Pilsen, Czech Republic can be viewed below (clips uploaded by "AeddGynvael1").

HELHEIM recently completed a tour of Northern Europe with VULTURE INDUSTRIES.

The band recently caused a sensation in Norway when it launched its "Kaoskult" album in front of an audience of young children in a kindergarten.

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