Singaporean/Mexican metallers IMPIETY, now featuring drummer Oscar Garcia (HACAVITZ, ex-RAVAGER) and lead guitarists Antimo (HACAVITZ, ex-RAVAGER, DISGORGE) and Eduardo Guevara (HACAVITZ, BLOODREAPING), will be headlining the "Paramount Evil European Assault Tour 2004" beginning in mid-October. Support at all shows will come from ATOMIZER and VIDSYN. Tentative dates are as follows:
Oct. 16 – London, UK @ TBA
Oct. 17 – Birmingham, UK @ TBA
Oct. 19 – Paris, FRA @ TBA
Oct. 20 – Marseille, FRA @ TBA
Oct. 22 – Luzern, SWI @ TBA
Oct. 23 – Elterlein, GER @ TBA
Oct. 24 – Arnhem, NETH @ TBA
Oct. 25 – Vienna, AUT @ TBA
Oct. 26 – Aalen, GER @ TBA
Oct. 27 – Ludwigswafen, GER @ TBA
Oct. 29 – Gent, BEL @ TBA
Oct. 30 – Rotterdam, NETH @ TBA
Oct. 31 – Hamburg, GER @ TBA
IMPIETY recently completed work on their fourth full-length album, "Paramount Evil", at Ambox Studios in Queretaro, Mexico, tentatively due this fall through Poland's Agonia Records. The album will contain eight new songs and one extra bonus track for the limited digipak/LP version.
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