VULTURE INDUSTRIES Releases Album In Russia, Plans UK Tour In March
Industrial metallers VULTURE INDUSTRIES, who feature in their ranks producer Bjørnar Nilsen alongside a plethora of musicians from the Norwegian scene (including current and former members of BLACK HOLE GENERATOR, SULPHUR, ENSLAVED, DEATHCON, SYRACH, MALICE IN WONDERLAND and TAAKE), released their full-length debut, "The Dystopia Journals", in Russia this month under license to Mazzar Records.
VULTURE INDUSTRIES is currently working on material for its sophomore album. The band has also announced plans to undertake a short tour of the UK and Ireland during March of 2009. Exact cities and dates will be announced as soon as they are confirmed.
Fan-filmed footage of VULTURE INDUSTRIES performing the song "Pills of Conformity" in Lübeck, Germany in March 2008 can be viewed below.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/vultureindustries.
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