PRIMORDIAL Confirmed for Ireland's DAY OF DARKNESS Festival
Irish metal titans PRIMORDIAL have been confirmed for the 2006 instalment of Ireland's Day of Darkness festival. The fifth edition of Ireland's only international metal festival will take place in Ballylinan, Co Laois on Saturday July 8, 2006. The event brings together bands from Ireland's thriving domestic metal scene with a number of their international peers. Tickets for Day of Darkness will go on sale in February 2006.
PRIMORDIAL, who headlined the very first-ever Day of Darkness in 2002, released their acclaimed new album, "The Gathering Wilderness", through Metal Blade Records in February of this year. The band will play two dates on the upcoming European X-Mass Festivals tour with HYPOCRISY, EXODUS, ENTOMBED, NAGLFAR, ONSLAUGHT, WINTERSUN, ABORTED, INQUEST and FEAR MY THOUGHTS. The details are as follows:
Dec. 18 - 013 - Tilburg, NETH
Dec. 19 - Hof Ter Lo - Antwerp, BEL
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