INCANTATION Press Ahead With Pittsburgh Gig, Set New Album Title

Despite the recent cancellation of INCANTATION's European tour caused by a work-related accident suffered by drummer Kyle Severn, the group will go ahead with their previously-scheduled performance at the Upstage in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Friday, January 25th with SUMMON, COMMIT SUICIDE and FUNERUS. This will be INCANTATION's first American performance in about nine months. To view a full-sized flyer for the gig, click here. In other news, INCANTATION have set Blasphemy as the title of their Necropolis Records debut, which is due to be issued through Necropolis Records in the spring. INCANTATION's fifth album, Blasphemy was recorded at Mars Recording Compound with Bill Korecky at the production helm.

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