Dutch death metal band SEVERE TORTURE has scheduled the following dates:
May 30 - Tilburg, Netherlands - Neurotic Deathfest, 013
Jun. 07 - Wachenroth, Germany - Suffering Life Festival, Das Gelande
Jun. 13 - Den Haag, Netherlands - NK Grunten, Club Bazart
Sep. 20 - Prenzlau, Germany - Filthrock Festival, Festival Gelande
With NILE and GRAVE:
Sep. 25 - Haarlem, Netherlands - Patronaat
Sep. 26 - Vosselaar, Belgium - Biebob
Sep. 27 - Essen, Germany - Turock
Sep. 28 - Eindhoven, Netherlands - Effenaar
Sep. 29 - Hamburg, Germany - Markthalle
Sep. 30 - Aalborg, Denmark - Studenterhuset
Oct. 01 - Orebro, Sweden - Satin
Oct. 02 - Oslo, Norway - Maiden
Oct. 03 - Goteborg, Sweden - Musikens Hus
Oct. 04 - Malmoe, Sweden - KB
Oct. 05 - Berlin, Germany - K17
Nov. 08 - Blaubeuren, Germany - Rot 'n' Slay Festival, Stadthalle
SEVERE TORTURE will play a special concert at the Neurotic Deathfest on May 30. The set will consist purely of songs from the "Feasting On Blood" and "Misanthropic Carnage" albums, including songs that the band hasn't played live for many years.
Revolution-Music.dk recently conducted an interview with SEVERE TORTURE drummer Seth Van De Loo. Download the 16-minute audio file at this location (7 MB).
SEVERE TORTURE's latest album, "Sworn Vengeance", was recorded at Excess Studios and Pit Studio in Holland during April 2007, while the mixing sessions took place in June at Hertz Studios in Poland. The band enlisted the help of Jason Netherton (MISERY INDEX) and Che Snelping (ex-BORN FROM PAIN) for the track "Buried Hatchet" on which both contribute guest vocals.
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