Reactivated DARK ORDER Announce First Shows Of 2006

Australian thrashers DARK ORDER have reformed with a new lineup and have announced their first live appearances, set to take place in January.

Almost a year after the band's breakup, DARK ORDER singer/guitarist Raul Ignacio Alvarez has announced the group's return, complete with details of tour dates across the east coast of Australia supporting PEGASUZ and LORD.

The current DARK ORDER lineup is as follows:

Raul Ignacio Alvarez Garcia - Guitars/Lead Vocals
Michael Demov - Guitars/Backing & Lead vocals
Sean Carlton - Bass Guitar
Bryn Morrow - Drums & Percussion

DARK ORDER will be issuing a remixed version of their 2003 sophomore album, "The Violence Continuum", complete with a bonus DVD, in January/February via Battlegod Productions.

Upcoming DARK ORDER shows:

Jan. 05 - Palm Court Hotel – Wollongong, AUS
Jan. 13 - The Green Room - Canberra, AUS (w/ PEGAZUS)
Jan. 14 - Annandale Hotel - Sydney, AUS (w/ PEGAZUS)



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