DEICIDE To Perform 'Surprise' Show In Seoul, Korea

Long-running Floridian death metallers DEICIDE will be performing a "surprise" club show at the Rolling Hall in Seoul, Korea on August 8. This will be DEICIDE's first-ever appearance in Seoul. Support at the gig will come from local acts SAHON and DOXOLOGY.

As previously reported, DEICIDE have been confirmed for the fifth annual Busan Rock Festival, set to take place August 5-7, 2005 in Busan, South Korea. DEICIDE will make their Korean live debut on Saturday, August 6. Also scheduled to perform at the festival POWERMAN 5000, DOMAIN, VASSLINE and CRASH.

DEICIDE's lineup for the Korean concerts will be as follows:

Glen Benton - Bass/Vocals
Steven Asheim - Drums
Jack Owen (ex-CANNIBAL CORPSE) - Guitar
Ralph Santolla (ex-ICED EARTH, DEATH, SEBASTIAN BACH) - Guitar


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