MORTIIS First-Ever European Tour Announced

MORTIIS will be embarking this spring on his first-ever European tour, in support of his critically acclaimed new album The Smell Of Rain. Now backed by a full live band, MORTIIS will be hitting all the hot spots around Europe, including a show at London's Clink, the oldest prison in England!!! The confirmed dates are as follows:

Apr. 09 - Marx, Hamburg, GER
Apr. 10 - Stahlwerk, Dsseldorf, GER
Apr. 11 - Baroeg, Rotterdam, NETH
Apr. 12 - Clink Prison, London, UK
Apr. 13 - Rock City, Nottingham, UK
Apr. 14 - Twieoo, Gent, BEL
Apr. 15 - La Locomotive, Paris, FRA
Apr. 16 - Roehre, Stuttgart, GER
Apr. 17 - Sedel, Luzern, SWI
Apr. 18 - Venue TBC - FRA
Apr. 19 - Razzmatazz 3/2 , Barcelona, SPA
Apr. 20 - Venue TBC - FRA
Apr. 21 - Vidia, Cesena, ITA
Apr. 22 - Planet Music, Vienna, AUS
Apr. 23 - Alarm!, Zwickau, GER
Apr. 24 - Faust, Hannover, GER
Apr. 25 - Knaack, Berlin, GER
Apr. 26 - Stengade 30, Copenhagen, DEN
Apr. 27 - Venue - TBC, SWE
Apr. 28 - Venue - TBC, SWE


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