NOVEMBERS DOOM Frontman Comments On Upcoming Shows

NOVEMBERS DOOM are gearing up for the release of their seventh studio album, "Into Night's Requiem Infernal", due on July 7 through The End Records. The CD was recorded at Belle City Sound, tracked by Chris Djuricic (engineer and NOVEMBERS DOOM bassist), and mixed by Dan Swanö at Unisound in Örebro, Sweden.

In anticipation of the album, the band will be playing the Chicago Powerfest this weekend and, later this summer, they'll hit the Minnesota MetalFest.

Commented vocalist Paul Kuhr: "This Saturday, May 9, we're playing Chicago Powerfest. We're playing two sets, one of which will be an acoustic set. This will only be the second time we've ever performed acoustically, and the first time in the United States. Also, we're confirmed to perform at the Minnesota MetalFest on September 7 with PRIMAL FEAR."

Chicago Power Fest
Saturday, May 9
The Pearl Room
Mokena, IL
Playing two sets - acoustic set (first time in the U.S.!) followed by normal set

Minnesota MetalFest
September 7, 2009
Station 4
St. Paul, Minnesota

A new track from NOVEMBERS DOOM is available for download at

"Into Night's Requiem Infernal" track listing:

01. Into Night's Requiem Infernal
02. Eulogy for the Living Lost
03. Empathy's Greed
04. The Fifth Day of March
05. Lazarus Regret
06. I Hurt Those I Adore
07. The Harlots Lie
08. When Desperation Fills the Void

Check out the cover artwork below.


Paul Kuhr - Vocals
Larry Roberts - Guitar
Vito Marchese - Guitar
Chris Djuricic - Bass
Sasha Horn - Drums


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