CARPATHIAN FOREST Confirmed For Next Year's 'The Domination Tour'

Norwegian black metallers CARPATHIAN FOREST have been confirmed for the 2007 edition of "The Domination Tour", which is set to kick off next February. Also scheduled to take part are Greece's ROTTING CHRIST. CARPATHIAN FOREST is also confirmed for ROTTING CHRIST's European tour (including dates in the U.K. and Scandinavia) which will immediately follow "The Domination Tour".

The 2006 edition of "The Domination Tour" featured CRYPTOPSY, GRAVE, DEW-SCENTED, ABORTED and VESANIA.

CARPATHIAN FOREST's latest album, "Fuck You All!!!!", entered the national album chart in their home country at position No. 25.

CARPATHIAN FOREST recently announced that they will take a break for the remainder of 2006 and will prepare for a "touring marathon" in early 2007.

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