INCANTATION: Columbus Show Announced

Pennsylvanian death/grind heavyweights INCANTATION have announced a show at The High Five in Columbus, Ohio on August 13. Joining them on the bill will be ACHERON, FUNERUS, ESTUARY, NIGHTSOIL and NAILS AND SINNERS. It will be an 18-years-and-older show with a cover charge of $8.00 per person. The show starts at 8:00 p.m. INCANTATION will also perform at The Central Illinois Metal Fest 2004 on August 14 at The Canopy Club in Urbana, IL.

INCANTATION's "Decimate Christendom" is scheduled for release on August 30 through Listenable Records. The album will be issued as a limited edition CD in a slipcase with a bonus track. It will also be made available on a limited-edition hand-numbered vinyl LP with a full-color insert. A European tour with KRISIUN, BEHEMOTH and RAGNAROK will kick off in mid-October.


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