IN AETERNUM Scrap REGAIN Deal, Announce European Tour

Sweden's IN AETERNUM have decided against releasing their next album on Regain Records. "We are currently waiting for an answer from another label," the band write on their official web site. "We'll have more info about that during the coming week."

In other news, the group fired bassist Andreas V a few weeks back. "Different things led us to this decision," the band explained. "No comments needed."

IN AETERNUM will embark on a European tour in May with GOSPEL OF THE HORNS and RAZOR OF OCCAM.

Tentative dates are as follows:

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May 09 – BEL @ TBA
May 10 – Paris, FRA @ TBA
May 11 – Voghera, ITA @ TBA
May 12 – Belgrade, YUG @ TBA
May 13 – TBA
May 14 – TBA
May 15 – TBA
May 16 – Arnhem, NETH @ TBA
May 17 – Bladel, NETH @ TBA
May 18 – Ghent, BEL @ TBA
May 19 – TBA
May 20 – TBA
May 21 – TBA
May 22 – TBA
May 23 – Berlin, GER @ TBA
May 24 – Bitterfeld, GER @ TBA
May 24 – Warsaw, POL @ TBA


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