Sweden's LOCH VOSTOK will support Greek extreme metal legends ROTTING CHRIST on August 25-26 in Reykjavik, Iceland. "For fuck's sake... how can you not love a band with a name like that?" LOCH VOSTOK writes on its web site. "We're enjoying their latest album, 'Theogonia', quite a lot! Our good friend Thorsteinn Kolbeinsson set this up together with his friend Atli, so thanks guys for giving us this great opportunity to visit Iceland; it's gonna be killer!"

LOCH VOSTOK will support KING DIAMOND on the continental European part of his European tour beginning in Warsaw, Poland on November 6.

LOCH VOSTOK's sophomore album, "Destruction Time Again", was released in April 2006 via Escapi Music. The follow-up to 2004's "Dark Logic" (Magnetism/CD Maximum) features guest appearances by Ron Jarzombek (SPASTIC INK, WATCHTOWER, MARTY FRIEDMAN), Lawrence Mackrory (ex-DARKANE, F.K.Ü., ENEMYISUS) and Tina Gunnarsson, and is described by the band as "a mix between SOILWORK, KING DIAMOND, EMPEROR and FATES WARNING."


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