ENTOMBED Announce European, South African Gigs

Sweden's ENTOMBED have announced the following tour dates during the coming months:

Mar. 22 - Esbjerg, DEN @ TBA
Mar. 28 - Björkliden, SWE @ Fjällanläggningen
Apr. 17 - Oslo, NOR @ Inferno Festival
Apr. 20 – Groningen, NETH @ Noordshock
Apr. 21 – Nijmegen, NETH @ Doornroosje
May 02 - Durban, RSA @ TBA
May 03 - Johannesburg, RSA @ TBA
May 07 - Cape Town, RSA @ TBA
May 24 – Alingsås, SWE @ Westgothafestivalen
May 31 - Kranj, SLO @ TBA
Jun. 01 - Milano, ITA @ TBA
Jul. 05 - Leipzig, GER @ With Full Force Festival

As previously reported, ENTOMBED are currently mixing their as-yet-untitled new album at Gröndal and Toytown studios in Stockholm with producer Pelle Gunnerfeldt (FIRESIDE) for a late spring release through Threeman Recordings. Among the tracks set to be included on the effort are "The Fix Is In", "Nobodaddy", "Young & Dead", "Night For Day", and "Children Of The Underworld".


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