COMMANDER To Support DEICIDE In Austria

German death metal act COMMANDER will support DEICIDE, along with VISCERAL BLEEDING and PSYCROPTIC at Hafen in Innsbruck, Austria on January 25, 2007.

COMMANDER released its acclaimed debut album, "World's Destructive Dommination", earlier this year via Bad Land Records/Point Music.

As previously reported, German melodic/epic black metal band SYCRONOMICA will be utilizing the services of Nick Kolar from COMMANDER as a session bassist for the upcoming shows with DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER. The dates are as follows

Dec. 05 - Musikkantine - Augsburg (GER)
Dec. 07 - Orpheum - Graz (AUT)
Dec. 08 - B├╝rgersaal - Sand in Taufers (ITA)
Dec. 09 - Alte Spinnerei - Glauchau (GER)

Also scheduled to appear are NATRON and ROTTING FAITH.

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