VADER: New Dates Announced
Prior to commencing their next European tour, Polish death metal veterans VADER will play four gigs in Germany, Holland, Belgium and Switzerland. There's a possibility of more dates in Germany but they are still under negotiations. Confirmed dates are as follows:
Apr. 01 – Osnabruck, GER @ TBA
Apr. 02 – Katwijk, NETH @ Scum
Apr. 03 – Brussels, BEL @ TBA
Apr. 04 – Geneva, SWI @ TBA
As previously reported, VADER were recently forced to postpone the recording sessions for their new CD after drummer Doc injured his hand and leg during the early stages of the album's recording process. As a result, Daray from the Polish black metal band VESANIA will complete the drum tracks on the new record and will join the band on their upcoming tour.
VADER's follow-up to 2002's "Revelations", tentatively titled "Spiritual Disease", is being produced by Piotr Lukaszewski and will mark the group's final release for Metal Blade under the terms of their present contract with the label. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Out Of A Deep" and "Lead Us!"
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