DIVINE HERESY Schedules Sydney In-Store Signing Session

DIVINE HERESY — the new Los Angeles-based band featuring former FEAR FACTORY/current ASESINO guitarist Dino Cazares alongside drummer Tim Yeung (ex-VITAL REMAINS, HATE ETERNAL), vocalist Tommy Cummings (VEXT) and bassist Joe Payne (ex-NILE, DOMINATION THROUGH IMPURITY, LUST OF DECAY) — will take part in a signing session on Monday, February 25 at Utopia Records (233 Broadway) in Sydney, Australia.

DIVINE HERESY recently wrapped up a very successful three-week North American run alongside ALL THAT REMAINS and CHIMAIRA this week, which leads them directly into their first Australian trek, where the group will perform with KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, AS I LAY DYING, INCUBUS and many more. The band will then proceed to headline a week of U.S. dates.

DIVINE HERESY will team up with ARCH ENEMY, DARK TRANQUILLITY and FIREWIND for a North American tour in May.

DIVINE HERESY performing "Savior Self" in Montreal on February 6, 2008:

(Thanks: Brendan Barnhill)


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