SOTHIS To Tour The Southwest In May; Band To Open For BEHEMOTH In Mexicali

U.S. symphonic black metallers SOTHIS have lined up dates in the Southwest for late May/early June. The details are as follows:

May 27 - Phoenix, AZ @ Bulldogz
May 28 - Albuquerque, NM @ The Compound
May 29 - Dallas, TX @ Tomcats Deep Ellum
May 30 - Houston, TX @ Walter's
May 31 - Austin, TX @ Redrum
Jun. 01 - San Antonio, TX @ The Underground
Jun. 02 - TBA
Jun. 03 - TBA

In addition, the band will also support BEHEMOTH in Mexicali on July 27. The venue for the Mexicali show is still to be determined.

SOTHIS' four-track demo is available as a limited-edition digipak through their web site, The demo is also available for complete download through the site, or through the band's MySpace page at To date, SOTHIS' MySpace site has received an amazing 50,000+ song plays since January 2005.


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