NECROPHAGIST To Tour U.S. In April/May

German death metallers NECROPHAGIST have announced plans to play a series of U.S. dates in April/May prior to their previously announced concerts in Canada (which are scheduled to take place in early June). The band will play approximately 30 shows covering the entire country, including an appearance at this year's Maryland Deathfest, to take place May 27-28, 2006 at the Sonar in Baltimore. Tour dates, venues and support acts will be announced within the next two weeks.

NECROPHAGIST's Canadian tour will take place in the provinces of Quebec and Ontario from June 1 to June 10. For their first visit to Canada, the German band will be touring with ION DISSONANCE (Canada), ARSIS (United States) and ALARUM (Australia).

NECROPHAGIST's most recent album, "Epitaph", was issued in 2004 via Relapse Records.


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