Long-running Swedish metallers ENTOMBED will team up with MOTHER MISERY (Sweden) and THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE (Holland) for a three-date Dutch tour in January. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Jan. 25 - Dynamo - Eindhoven, NETH
Jan. 26 - Hedon - Zwolle, NETH
Jan. 27 - Patronaat - Haarlem, NETH

ENTOMBED's new album, "Serpent Saints - The Ten Amendments", entered the Swedish national chart at position No. 3. This is the highest chart position in the band's career.

"Serpent Saints - The Ten Amendments" was released in the U.S. on July 31 via Candlelight/Threeman Recordings. The 10-song effort marks the group's first release with drummer Olle Dahlstedt (ALPHA SAFARI, ex-MISERY LOVES CO.), who replaced Peter Stjärnvind in 2006. Mastering duties were handled by Soren Elofsson at Cosmos Mastering in Stockholm, Sweden.

J. Koukonen of Finland's Get in the Pit TV conducted an interview with ENTOMBED guitarist Alex Hellid on September 15, 2007 at the Scooprock festival in Mikkeli, Finland. Watch the 10-minute clip below.


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