Danish death metallers EXMORTEM will support BEHEMOTH on their upcoming U.K. tour beginning in early January. This will be U.K. fans' first chance to see EXMORTEM live since their last visit to Britain in 2003 when they supported NECROPHAGIA. Confirmed dates are as follows:
Jan. 13 - Brighton, UK @ Pressure Point
Jan. 14 - Bristol, UK @ Bierkeller
Jan. 15 - Dublin, UK @ Whelans
Jan. 16 - Derry, UK @ The Nerve Centre
Jan. 17 - Cork, UK @ Nancy Spain
Jan. 19 - Leeds, UK @ Josephs Well
Jan. 20 - Bradford, UK @ Rio's
Jan. 21 - Birmingham, UK @ The Royal George
Jan. 22 - London, UK @ The Underworld
As previously reported, Earache/Wicked World Records has set a January 17, 2005 release date for the fifth album from EXMORTEM, entitled "Nihilistic Contentment". The CD was recorded over a four-week period at Antfarm Studio in Aarhus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, HATESPHERE, MNEMIC).
EXMORTEM, who were recently rejoined by drummer Reno Kiilerich (DIMMU BORGIR, PANZERCHRIST, VILE), were previously signed to France's Osmose Productions and Holland's Hammerheart Records.
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