ENSLAVED and VREID will be teaming up for a European tour beginning in early February. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:
Feb. 09 - Loppen – Copenhagen, DEN
Feb. 10 - Rosenkeller – Jena, GER
Feb. 11 - Lokschuppen - Rosenheim, GER
Feb. 12 - Tor 3 - Osnabrück, GER
Feb. 13 - Headbangers ballroom - Hamburg, GER
Feb. 14 - Nachtleben - Frankfurt, GER
Feb. 16 - Vera – Groningen, NETH
Feb. 17 - Doornrosje - Nijmegen, NETH
Feb. 09 - Black Pes – Prague, CZR
Feb. 10 - Arena – Wien, AUT
Feb. 11 - Mochavara – Zagreb, CRO
Feb. 13 - E-Klubb – Budapest, HUN
Feb. 16 - Voxhall – Aarhus, DEN
ENSLAVED's latest CD, "ISA", is scheduled for release in the U.S. on February 8 via Candlelight Records.
The follow-up to last year's "Below the Lights", "ISA" was recorded at Grieghallen Studios (last two ENSLAVED albums, MAYHEM, EMPEROR) with the production power-trio of Jørgen "Sir Duperman" Træen, Eirik "Pytten" Hundvin and ENSLAVED. Mixing duties were handled at Duper Studios (last two ENSLAVED albums, KAIZERS ORCHESTRA, JAGA JAZZIST) by Sir Duperman.
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