Southern thrash/doom metallers ORGAN will be teaming up with progressive death metallers DAATH for a U.K. tour beginning in early December. Confirmed dates are as follows:
Dec. 04 - Meltdown Festival, JB's - Dudley*
Dec. 06 - The Roof - Llanelli, Wales
Dec. 07 - Bar 44 - Guisborough
Dec. 08 - The Attic - Northampton
Dec. 09 - Edward’s No. 8 - Birmingham*
Dec. 10 - TBA - Preston
Dec. 11 - The Spencer - Coventry*
Dec. 12 - Rock Café - Stourbridge*
* w/ OUT FOR BLOOD
Based in Atlanta, ORGAN released their second full-length album, "Volume of Hate", this month via Meltdown Records. The CD was mixed and recorded by Eyal Levi (MISERY INDEX, ARSIS, DAATH) at Hairy Breakfast Productions and mastered by Scott Hull (PIG DESTROYER, AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED).
DAATH recently recorded their second album, "The Hinderers", with special guest appearances on drums by Kevin Talley (CHIMAIRA) and solos by James Malone (ARSIS) and James Murphy (TESTAMENT, DEATH, OBITUARY) who also co-produced and mixed the album.
James Malone (ARSIS) will do guest vocals for DAATH on all U.K. dates.
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