IMMORTAL Announces U.S. Dates For 2007
Norway's black metal legends IMMORTAL disbanded in 2003 after 13 successful years as one of the pioneers of metal, with a legacy of seven full-length albums, including their latest milestone, 2002's "Sons of Northern Darkness", through Nuclear Blast Records.
After a solid break, the band has decided to enter the battlefield again, and what better way to do so than performing a few selected, exclusive concert appearances!
Come 2007, the world will see a new ferocious lineup of IMMORTAL, featuring Abbath and Horgh, and a new bass player in Apollyon from AURA NOIR.
After already confirming their headlining appearance at Germany's Wacken Open Air 2007, Photograve Management has announced the mighty IMMORTAL's return to U.S. shores for two exclusive shows. The dates are as follows:
Jul. 13 - New York City, NY – B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
Jul. 15 - Los Angeles, CA - The Avalon
Tickets go on sale October 13 2006 at 12:00 p.m. (noon).
IMMORTAL 2007 lineup:
Abbath – Vocals, Guitar
Horgh – Drums
Apollyon – Bass
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