Norwegian black metallers 1349 have announced the following Mexican dates in early October:
Oct. 06 - Rodeo Cafe, Toluca, Mexico
Oct. 07 - Herta del Stic, San Luis Potosi, Mexico
Oct. 08 - Circo Volador, Mexico City, Mexico
1349 recently confirmed that they will be utilizing the services of former NILE drummer Tony Laureano on their upcoming dates as regular skinsman Frost is busy with promoting SATYRICON's recently released "Now, Diabolical" CD. In addition, they will be using a session guitarist — Teloch of NIDINGR — for upcoming live appearances as the replacement for Tjalve, who left earlier in the year.
1349 has been confirmed as one of the support acts for CELTIC FROST on their fall 2006 North American tour. Also appearing on the bill will be SAHG. The bands will support FROST from September 12 (Springfield, Virginia) to October 3, 2006 (San Francisco, California).
1349 released their third studio album, "Hellfire", in the U.S. last October via Candlelight Records. Recorded at Studio Studio in Nyhagen, Norway, "Hellfire" was supported by a European tour with Norwegian black metallers GORGOROTH.
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