LAY DOWN ROTTEN, COMMANDER, OUTRAGE To Join Forces For 'OktoberDeath 2009' Tour
LAY DOWN ROTTEN will join forces with fellow German death metallers COMMANDER and Austria's OUTRAGE for the "OktoberDeath 2009" mini-tour in early October.
The dates are as follows:
Oct. 01 - Gleisdorf (A) – Kulturkeller
Oct. 02 - Munich (D) – Backstage
Oct. 03 - Oberentfelden (CH) – Böröm
LAY DOWN ROTTEN is touring in support of its fifth album, "Gospel Of The Wretched", which was released in May 2009 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded at the Desert Inn studios in Germany and was mixed by Dan Swanö (EDGE OF SANITY, BLOODBATH) at Unisound in Örebro, Sweden.
COMMANDER's latest album, "The Enemies We Create", was released in March 2008 via Bad Land Records/Twilight Vertrieb. The CD was produced by Seref A. Badir at Helion Studios (EQUILIBRIUM, DARKSEED, ATARGATIS etc.) in Munich, Germany during December 2007/January 2008.
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