REQUIEM AETERNAM To Play 10th Anniversary Show In New York City

Melodic black metal band REQUIEM AETERNAM, originally from Uruguay but currently based in New York, will mark their 10th anniversary by performing a special show in New York City in September. The group are also working on booking their first-ever U.S. tour. Exact cities and dates will be announced during the coming months.

As previously reported, REQUIEM AETERNAM are currently seeking a new drummer. All applicants must live in, or close to, New York City, and must be willing to travel and perform live. For more information, contact the band at [email protected]

REQUIEM AETERNAM's latest album, "Philosopher", was released in North America last December via ICorp. "Philosopher" was recorded at Big Blue Meenie studios and features a guest appearance by drummer Alex Hernández (IMMOLATION).

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