INCANTATION, KRISIUN, BEHEMOTH: More European Tour Dates Announced

Pennsylvanian death/grind heavyweights INCANTATION will be returning to Europe in support of their new album "Decimate Christendom". The band will be teaming up with KRISIUN, BEHEMOTH and RAGNAROK starting in mid-October. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Oct. 21 - Tilburg, NETH @ 013
Oct. 22 - Groningen, NETH @ Vera
Oct. 23 - Vosselaar, BEL @ Biebob
Oct. 27 - Essen, GER @ Zeche Carl
Oct. 28 - Osnabruck, GER @ N8
Oct. 29 - Trier, GER @ Exil
Nov. 03 - Goteborg, SWE @ Musik Hus
Nov. 04 - Oslo, NOR @ John Dee
Nov. 05 - Bergen, NOR @ Garage
Nov. 06 - Sandnes, NOR @ Tribute

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.


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