NECROPHOBIC: Spanish Tour Details Revealed

Swedish death metallers NECROPHOBIC have confirmed the details of their four-date Spanish tour, which is set to take place in June. The dates are as follows:

Jun. 15 - Cabell Disc - Valencia, SPA
Jun. 16 - El Doblon - Madrid, SPA
Jun. 17 - Mogambo - Donosti, SPA
Jun. 18 - Mephisto - Barcelona, SPA

As previously reported, audio samples of the new NECROPHOBIC tracks "I Strike with Wrath" and "The Crossing" have been posted online at this location. Both songs come off the group's fifth album, "Hrimthursum", which was released on May 22 via Regain Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Bloodhymns" was recorded at the House of Voodoo Studio with engineers Anders Bentell and Fredrik Folkare (guitarist and producer of UNLEASHED) and was mastered at Tailor Maid Production in Stockholm with Peter In de Betou.


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