EPHEL DUATH have been confirmed for the Brutal Assault 2006 festival, set to take place August 1012 at Svojsice U Prelouce (100 km east of Prague) in the Czech Republic. Other bands scheduled to appear include DIMMU BORGIR, AMORPHIS, GOJIRA, ORPHANED LAND, ROTTEN SOUND and CARNIVAL IN COAL.
EPHEL DUATH are currently on tour in support of their acclaimed new album, "Pain Necessary to Know", available on Earache Records.
Upcoming EPHEL DUATH shows:
Mar. 18 - Misano Adriatico (RN), ITA @ Boulevard Music Club
Mar. 24 - Paris, FRA @ Espace Curial
Mar. 25 - BEL @ TBA
Mar. 26 - Tilburg, NETH @ 013
Mar. 28 - Pontypridd, UK @ Sanctuary
Mar. 29 - Norwich, UK @ Ferryboat
Mar. 30 - Manchester, UK @ Satins Hollow
Mar. 31 - Sheffield, UK @ Corporation
Apr. 01 - Kingston Upon Thames, UK @ The Peel
Apr. 13 - Milano, ITA @ Transilvania live
Apr. 14 - Vicenza, ITA @ Sixty Road
Apr. 21 - Prato, ITA @ Controsenso
Apr. 22 - Napoli, ITA @ Jail
Apr. 23 - Roma, ITA @ Sinister Noise
May 12 - Genova, ITA @ Logo Loco
May 26 - Moudon, SWI @ Le Prisons
May 27 - Wels, AUT @ Alter Schlachthof
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