MOURNING BELOVETH To Headline DAY OF DARKNESS Christmas Show in Dublin

Irish doom titans MOURNING BELOVETH will headline "A Night of Merry Darkness" — the Day Of Darkness Festival's Christmas Party at the Voodoo Lounge, Dublin on Saturday, December 9. They will be joined by Irish thrash metal sensation MASS EXTINCTION and Dublin's classic rock supremos GLYDER. The full lineup for "A Night of Merry Darkness" is as follows:


Tickets are priced €17.50 (including booking fee) and are available from, The Sound Cellar and Sentinel Records, Dublin.

The 2007 installment of Day Of Darkness Festival will take place on July 6-7, 2007 at Ballylinan, Co Laois. Irish death metal heavyweights ABADDON INCARNATE and reclusive black metal outfit SOL AXIS are the first acts to be confirmed.

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