GRAVEWORM To Tour Europe With DISBELIEF, IN SLUMBER, DEADBORN
Italian dark metal band GRAVEWORM will hit the road in October to promote its latest album, "Collateral Defect", out now on Massacre Records. The tour will include labelmates DISBELIEF, IN SLUMBER and DEADBORN. The dates are as follows:
Oct. 19 - DE Essen Turock
Oct. 20 - NL Arnhem Goudvishal
Oct. 21 - NL Rotterdam Baroeg
Oct. 22 - DE Cologne Underground
Oct. 23 - DE Munich Feierwerk
Oct. 24 - DE Nürnberg Avalons Dust
Oct. 25 - IT Bozen Bunker
Oct. 26 - DE Freiburg Crash
Oct. 27 - FR/AT tbc
Oct. 28 - CH Aarau Kiff
Oct. 29 - DE Frankfurt Batschkapp
Oct. 30 - DE Leipzig Hellraiser
Oct. 31 - DE Flensburg Roxy
Nov. 01 - DE Hannover Musikzentrum
Nov. 02 - CZ tbc
Nov. 03 - DE Annaberg Alte Brauerei
"Collateral Defect" was recorded at Stage One studios in Borgentreich, Germany with producer Andy Classen (DEW-SCENTED, CALLENISH CIRCLE, TANKARD, OCCULT). The follow-up to 2005's "(N)utopia" contains 10 songs and features guest appearances by Maurizio Iacono from KATAKLYSM and Matze from THE SORROW.
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