INCANTATION: U.K. Dates Announced

Veteran death metal band INCANTATION will embark on a U.K. tour in March. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Mar. 06 – Bradford, UK @ Rio
Mar. 07 - Glasgow, UK @ Soundhaus
Mar. 08 – Dublin, IRE @ Voodoo Lounge
Mar. 09 - Bolton, UK @ Soundhouse
Mar. 10 - London, UK @ Camden Underworld

In other news, the first two dates of INCANTATION's U.S. tour, which was scheduled to begin November 1, have been cancelled but the remainder of the tour will go on as scheduled. The two cancelled dates are November 1 in Southgate, Mich., and November 2 in Heath, Ohio.

"We have no reason except that the booking agent said they lost contact with both promoters and the clubs themselves didn't know about the shows," said guitarist/vocalist John McEntee.

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INCANTATION is touring with INTERNAL SUFFERING and YEAR OF DESOLATION in support of its recently-released seventh album, "Primordial Domination".

"Primordial Domination" was released September 5 on Ibex Moon Records.


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