Sweden's TIAMAT will be embarking on a European tour during March/April with Portugal's MOONSPELL and another as-yet-undisclosed act. The confirmed dates so far are as follows:
Mar. 06 – Stuttgart, GER @ Longhorn
Mar. 07 - Cologne, GER @ Live Music Hall
Mar. 08 – Antwerp, BEL @ Hof Ter Lo
Mar. 09 - Herford, GER @ - Kick
Mar. 10 – Tilburg, NETH @ O13
Mar. 11 - Bochum, GER @ - Zeche
Mar. 12 – Hardenberg, NET @ TBA
Mar. 13 - Hamburg, GER @ Docks
Mar. 14 - Berlin, GER @ Columbia Halle
Mar. 15 - Rostock, GER @ Mau Club
Mar. 16 – Katowice, POL @ Spodek
Mar. 17 – Prague, CZ @ Skyclub Brumlovka
Mar. 18 – Pratteln, SWI @ TBA
Mar. 19 – Milan, ITA @ Transilvania Live
Mar. 20 – Graz, AUS @ Orpheum
Mar. 21 – Vienna, AUS @ Planet Music
Mar. 23 - Glauchau, GER @ Alte Spinnerei
As previously reported, TIAMAT are due to release their long-awaited new studio opus, entitled Judas Christ, on February 18th through Century Media Records. A single and a video clip will precede the release on January 28th. Judas Christ was produced by acclaimed Danish producer Lars Nissen at Copenhagen's Puk Studios, and was mixed at the Sun facility.
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