THEE PLAGUE OF GENTLEMEN To Release Debut Album Early Next Year

Belgian doomsters THEE PLAGUE OF GENTLEMEN have entered the studio to record their debut album, "Primula Pestis", tentatively due in February/March 2005 via I Hate Records.

THEE PLAGUE OF GENTLEMEN cite such influences as WINTER, CELTIC FROST, DREAM DEATH, SAINT VITUS, PENTAGRAM, MELVINS and GODFLESH, but claim to have "forged a unique sound which has taken them deep into the territories of non-trendy music."

THEE PLAGUE OF GENTLEMEN will perform live with REVEREND BIZARRE, ISOLE and THE GATES OF SLUMBER at Club666 in Stockholm, Sweden on April 9, 2005. The Stockholm gig will be one of several European dates that THEE PLAGUE OF GENTLEMEN will do with THE GATES OF SLUMBER during April 2005. Other countries covered on the tour will include Germany, U.K., Belgium, The Netherlands and Austria.


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