KATAFALK: Tour Dates Announced
Dutch death thrashers KATAFALK have lined up the following live appearances during the coming months:
Jan. 09 – Rotterdam, NETH – Baroeg (w/ GRAVE, GOD DETHRONED)
Jan. 29 - Neuss-Norf, GER - Battles In The Norf (w/ BLOOD RED ANGEL, DOMINATION, GRIND INC, POWER, RAVAGE, SARX, ROTTEN SEED, WITCHTOWER)
Feb. 04 – Groningen, NETH – Vera (w/ LORD BELIAL, HATRED)
Apr. 02 – Roden, NETH – Dobbe
As previously reported, KATAFALK recently posted a new track, entitled "Death's Contradiction", at their official web site. Download it at this location.
"Death's Contradiction" comes off the band's 2004 promotional demo, which was recorded at Soundlodge studio in Germany. In total, four new songs were tracked: "She's My Darkness", "Death's Contradiction", "God Pollution" and "War Chant".
KATAFALK's debut album, "Storm of the Horde", was released in 2003 through the now-defunct label Cold Blood Industries.
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