DEATH BY DAWN: Live Video Posted Online

A live video of DEATH BY DAWN, the German death metal band featuring legendary vocalist Martin Van Drunen (ex-PESTILENCE, ASPHYX, BOLT THROWER), performing the track "Legal Usury" at OT-Heim in Steinfurt-Borghorst, Germany on March 19, 2004 has been posted online at this location (scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page) (file size: 45 MB). A studio recording of the track is still available for download from the group's official web site by clicking here.

DEATH BY DAWN, who recently parted ways with founding member/guitarist Marcus Schacht and replaced him with Jens Geldon (ex-SUDDEN DEATH), have lined up the following dates during April/May:

Apr. 30 – Arnheim, NETH @ TBA (w/ TANKARD)
May 14 - Steinfurt-Burgsteinfurt, GER @ Talentschuppen
May 21 - Aš (near D-Hof), CZR @ TBA
May 22 - Stríbra (near Pilsen), CZR @ Cernošín

A European tour is tentatively planned for September/October.

(Thanks: Unstoppable Force)

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