After crushing the U.K. in October with a brace of shows and the unleashing of the beast that is new album "Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone", British Satanic metallers AKERCOCKE have announced they will be teaming up with MORTICIAN and BLOOD RED THRONE to lay waste to the continent that will formerly be known as Europe once blood has been spilled in November.

Commented AKERCOCKE's Jason Mendonca: "We are very pleased to be hitting the road once more with our metal brothers MORTICIAN. Together shall lay waste to Northern Europe with a tirade of holocaust blasts and rancorous sonic violence. Beware, we are coming."

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Nov. 04 - Biebob - Vosselaar, BEL
Nov. 05 - Goudvishal - Arnhem, NETH
Nov. 06 - Lantaarn - Hellendoorn, NETH
Nov. 07 - TBA - Osnabruck, GER
Nov. 08 - TBA - Copenhagen, DEN
Nov. 09 - Skylten - Linkoping, SWE
Nov. 10 - Elmstreet - Oslo, NOR
Nov. 11 - Musikenhus - Gotenborg, SWE
Nov. 12 - K17 - Berlin, GER
Nov. 13 - TBA - Warsaw, POL
Nov. 15 - Fabrika - Bratislava, SK
Nov. 16 - Black Pez - Praha, CZR
Nov. 17 - Titanic City - Munchen, GER
Nov. 18 - Arena - Vienna, AUT
Nov. 19 - Transilvania Live - Bassano del Grappa, ITA
Nov. 20 - Alpheus - Roma, ITA

As previously reported, Earache Records has set an October 10 European release date for "Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone". The album will be released in two different formats — regular CD and limited edition version containing a bonus 30-minute DVD with exclusive footage of the making of the album as well as a very cool documentary on the band. A free limited-edition seven-inch will also be available to anyone who purchases "Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone" from an independent store in the U.K. The seven-inch is pressed on red vinyl and contains a demo version of the track "Eyes of the Dawn" as well as an unreleased track that won't be found anywhere else, called "The Fulcrum". This offer is for the first 1,000 customers only.


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