Austrian "gothic metal" band DARKWELL, featuring ex-ABIGOR and current SHADOWCAST drummer Moritz Neuner, will embark on a short Central European tour this spring in support of their upcoming second full-length album, "Metatron", tentatively due late April through Napalm Records.
The follow-up to the "Conflict Of Interest" EP (2002), "Metatron" was recorded at Mirror Production Studios in Innsbruck and marks the group's first recording with new singer Stephanie Meier, who replaced previous vocalist Alexandra P. in early 2003. The album was mastered in by ATROCITY mastermind Alex Krull at his Mastersound Studios in Fellbach, Germany.
Upcoming DARKWELL tour dates:
Apr. 16 - Merseburg, GER @ Gasometer
Apr. 17 - Gieen, GER @ Jokus
Apr. 18 - Munster, GER @ Live Arena (Nightfall Festival)
Apr. 19 - Hamburg, GER @ Marx
Apr. 20 - Berlin, GER @ K17
Apr. 21 - Aalen, GER @ Rock It
Apr. 22 - München, GER @ Garage
Apr. 30 - Winterthur, SWI @ Endstation
May 06 - Graz, AUT @ Explosiv
May 07 - Nitzing/Tulln, CultureXClub
May 08 - Innsbruck, AUT @ Hafen (Festival for Free)
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