INEVITABLE END Schedules Swedish Dates

Swedish death metallers INEVITABLE END have scheduled the following dates in their home country:

Feb. 13 - Kungsbacka, Sweden - Ungdomshuset Alle
Mar. 20 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Henriksberg
Mar. 21 - Linköping, Sweden - Skylten

INEVITABLE END will release its full-length debut, "The Severed Inception", on March 17 in North America (March 23 internationally) via Relapse Records. The track listing for the album is as follows:

01. The Severed Inception
02. Dreamsight Synopsis
03. Embracing The Origin
04. Persevering Incitement
05. Collapse In Reverse
06. Distorted
07. Firstborn Of All Dead
08. Apprentice Luminous Acquaintance
09. The Art Of Corruption

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Check out the songs "Dreamsight Synopsis" and "The Severed Inception" on the band's MySpace page.

INEVITABLE END is:

Andreas Gerdén - Vocals
Marcus Bertilsson - Guitars
Emil Westerdahl - Bass
Joakim Malmborg - Drums

INEVITABLE END previously released two self-financed EPs.

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