Swedish death metallers NOMINON have announced the addition of ABSURDO CULTO singer Daniel Garptoft to the group's ranks. The band's first gig with their new lineup will take place early September in a small Swedish town prior to the start of the group's European tour with BENEDICTION and GODHATE.
As previously reported, NOMINON recently entered a Swedish studio to record covers of VOIVOD's "Live For Violence" and WHIPLASH's "Spit On Your Grave". The "Live For Violence" cut will appear on the upcoming tribute to early VOIVOD, tentatively due before the end of the year through France's Nihilistic Holocaust Records.
"Thunderstom Over Europe Tour - Part 2" featuring BENEDICTION, GODHATE and NOMINON:
Sep. 17 – Berlin, GER - K17
Sep. 18 – Greifswald, GER - Kleks
Sep. 19 – Hamburg, GER - Hadbangers Ballroom
Sep. 20 – Hildesheim, GER - Rockclub
Sep. 24 – Trnava, SK - Calipso
Sep. 25 – Kaposvar, HUN - Pogo Center
Sep. 26 – Sarajevo, BIH - TBA
Sep. 30 – Ljubljana, SLO - Metelkova - gala hala
Oct. 01 – Graz, AUT - Explosiv
Oct. 02 – Innsbruck, AUT - Hafen Club
Oct. 03 – Coburg, GER – GAG
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