MORTIIS and GOTHMINISTER will be teaming up for a U.K. tour beginning in late April. Support at the shows will come from DEADFILMSTARS. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Apr. 19 - Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
Apr. 20 - Bristol, UK @ Bierkeller
Apr. 21 - Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
Apr. 22 - Bradford, UK @ Rios
Apr. 23 - Camberley, UK @ Agincourt Rock Venue
Apr. 25 - Liverpool, UK @ Barfly
Apr. 27 - Norwich, UK @ Waterfront
Apr. 28 - Sheffield, UK @ Corporation
Apr. 29 - London, UK @ Underworld
Apr. 30 - Manchester, UK @ Satans Hollow

Prior to the GOTHMINISTER tour, MORTIIS will play a headlining show at Club Epsilon/Tragarn in Borås, Sweden on March 24. Opening the show will be ASHES & RAIN.

MORTIIS will release his first homeland single on March 6 when a special version of "Decadent and Desperate" is issued. "Decadent and Desperate" comes in three formats, all including exclusive non-album tracks. Both 7" versions feature artwork including two poster sleeves and the CD contains one post-"Grudge" song "Underdog".


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