BEHEMOTH: Irish Tour Dates Announced

Polish black/death metallers BEHEMOTH will support their forthcoming album early next year with an extensive European tour, including three dates in Ireland. Support at the shows will come from SUPREME LORD, ANATA and an as-yet-unconfirmed fourth band. The Irish dates are as follows:

Jan. 15 - Dublin, Whelans
Jan. 16 - Derry, The Nerve Centre
Jan. 17 - Cork, Nancy Spains

As previously reported, BEHEMOTH will begin recording guitar tracks for their new album, "Demigod", at Poland's Hendrix Studios on June 1. On July 16, they'll deliver an "exclusive performance" in Hamburg, Germany for members of the international media. 10 days later, they will begin mixing the album at Sweden's Dug Out Studios (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, MESHUGGAH). "Demigod" will then be mastered at Stockholm's Cutting Room Studios (HYPOCRISY, IN FLAMES). An October release through Century Media Records is planned.


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