Following their successful appearance at last month's Fuck The Commerce VII festival in Germany, Swedish death metallers VISCERAL BLEEDING will return to western Europe for two additional concerts in mid-July. The dates are as follows:
Jul. 16 - Little Devil - Tilburg, NETH (w/ SPAWN OF POSSESSION, BRUTUS)
Jul. 17 - The Frontline - Gent, BEL (w/ SPAWN OF POSSESSION, IN-QUEST, PREJUDICE)
The band, who recently parted ways with vocalist Dennis Röndum and replaced him with a singer by the name of Tommy, are currently working on a full European tour, to be announced at a later date.
VISCERAL BLEEDING's second full-length album, "Transcend Into Ferocity", was released last month through Neurotic Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Remnants of Deprivation" was recorded at Flatpig studios in Malmö with producer Robert Ahrling (ORIGINBLOOD, SPAWN OF POSSESSION) and contains nine tracks plus a multimedia part, featuring pictures, a biography as well as a professionally recorded video for the song "Fury Unleashed" (Windows Media). Download an MP3 of the song Fed To The Dogs at this location.
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