GOSPEL OF THE HORNS Planning European Tour
Invictus Productions has issued the following statement regarding the current status of Australia's renowned blackened death/thrash outfit GOSPEL OF THE HORNS:
"Since the unfortunate situation earlier in 2007 where news was broken on [PyroMusic.net and then reported by BLABBERMOUTH.NET] that GOSPEL OF THE HORNS had split up and therefore wouldn’t be touring again, we've had a hard task convincing people GOSPEL OF THE HORNS are in fact still 100% active as a band. They are currently preparing to tour Australia with SODOM.
"GOSPEL OF THE HORNS are NOT split up and are available for interview as normal. They are also planning, in association with Invictus Productions and Metal Kommand touring, a European tour. No dates have been confirmed yet and it is very much in the early stages of organising but GOSPEL OF THE HORNS will tour Europe again."
GOSPEL OF THE HORNS's second full-length album, "Realm of the Damned", was recently released via Invictus Productions.
GOSPEL OF THE HORNS previously split in 1996 but reformed a year later.
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