AGATHODAIMON Set Title, Release Date For New CD

German black metallers AGATHODAIMON have set "Darkened Days" as the working title for their fourth album, due on October 15 through Nuclear Blast Records. The band, who were recently joined by new bassist Darin "Eddie" Smith, will record the next album at Kohlekeller Studio with producer Kristian Kohlmannslehner. Says guitarist Sathonys: "We'll surely deliver an album that again combines elements of all previous albums, but also will further show some new elements in our sound."

Upcoming AGATHODAIMON tour dates:

Mar. 29 - Münster - Live Arena
Apr. 07 – München, GER - Georg Elser Halle (w/ CRADLE OF FILTH)
Apr. 09 – Hamburg, GER - Docks (w/ CRADLE OF FILTH)
Apr. 13 – Stuttgart, GER - LKA (w/ CRADLE OF FILTH)
Apr. 26 – Ludwigshafen, GER - Metal Meeting HDJ


Apr. 30 - St. Niklaas, BEL - Compas
May 01 – Paris, FRA - Le Divan Du M.
May 02 – Calais, FRA - L'Infernal
May 03 – Lyon, FRA - Ninkasi Kao
May 04 – Colmar, FRA - Le Grillen


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