IMMOLATION: 'World Agony' To Debut On 'Headbanger's Ball' This Weekend
Legendary death metal titans IMMOLATION kick off a massive a month-long North American tour dubbed the "Lucifer Over America Tour" on February 4 alongside ROTTING CHRIST, BELPHEGOR and AVERSE SEFIRA.
The group's new video for the track "World Agony" (view clip below) is set to make its MTV2 debut on "Headbanger's Ball" this Saturday, January 26 at 11:00 p.m. EST. The track comes off the group’s acclaimed new album, "Shadows in the Light".
Commented guitarist Robert Vigna: "We are really looking forward to the upcoming U.S. tour. It is really a great package and a very dark one as well. We've known ROTTING CHRIST for years and haven't toured with them since the European festivals in the mid-'90s! So it will be good to be out with them again. BELPHEGOR is a very strong act as well and they fit perfectly on the bill. AVERSE SEFIRA from Texas is black metal fire. We are really good friends with these guys so this whole tour is going to be a blast.
“Each band will bring something unique to the stage. This is going to be underground music at its best, and definitely it's most evil. We want all fans of dark, sinister, death/black metal to come out and join us. We hope to see you all soon."
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