MORTIFICATION: Proposed U.S./European Tour Dates Announced

Vocalist/bassist Steve Rowe of the Australian Christian death metallers MORTIFICATION has posted the following message on the band's official web site:

"I have some great news for you all this month. Coming next month is the 'Live Humanitarian' CD release. The DVD will be released early next year, delayed by upcoming tour costs and the fact that the live seven cameras film edit is still in progress. I have bought all the latest Christian metal and hard rock DVDs and I know that when this DVD is finished it will be a world class release. This is something that is difficult to achieve in today's music environment. That said, I decided to put the CD out now so that we have them available for your hungry ears and to actually raise money for the October/November tour. They will be available in early July from the store, along with the re-issue of the self-titled MORTIFICATION CD.

"Everything is going ahead as planned for the U.S. tour in October and European tour in November. Please see dates below. Please pray for my continued health. My biggest concern right now is for my kidney function and eyesight. From now on I will be wearing glasses on stage, but that is OK because it is all the better to see you with! Please also pray for continued unity in the band, tour preparations and successful visa applications."

Proposed MORTIFICATION U.S. tour dates:

Oct. 12 - Los Angeles, CA
Oct. 13 - San Diego, CA
Oct. 14 - Las Vega, NV
Oct. 15 - Phoenix, AZ
Oct. 16 - New Mexico
Oct. 17 - Texas
Oct. 18 - Texas
Oct. 19 - Oklahoma
Oct. 20 - Kansas
Oct. 21 - Missouri
Oct. 22 - Tennessee
Oct. 23 - North Carolina
Oct. 24 - Virginia
Oct. 25 - Maryland
Oct. 26 - Cleveland, OH
Oct. 27 - Indiana
Oct. 28 - Chicago, IL

Proposed MORTIFICATION European tour dates:

Nov. 02 - Bern, Switzerland
Nov. 03 - Zurich, Switzerland
Nov. 07 - Bielefeld (near Dortmund), Germany
Nov. 08 - Holland
Nov. 09 - Oslo, Norway (Nordic Fest)
Nov. 10 - Stuttgart, Germany


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