VULTURE INDUSTRIES Launch Party Date Confirmed

VULTURE INDUSTRIES, the band that features current and former members of BLACK HOLE GENERATOR, SULPHUR, ENSLAVED, DEATHCON, SYRACH, MALICE IN WONDERLAND and TAAKE, will celebrate the release of its new album with a launch party at the Garage in its hometown of Bergen, Norway, on September 21. Other bands scheduled to appear are SULPHUR and DERIDE.

"The Dystopia Journals", which came out on Dark Essence Records on September 10, and was described by Vampire magazine as "the best album of 2007 this far," marks the release of the first full-length album from the avant-garde metallers. It was produced by Bjørnar E. Nilsen, who also happens to be the band's vocalist; while Helge Jordal, one of Norway's most respected actors, took part in a special photo shoot for the artwork after hearing the band's work.

The entire album was recently previewed on the band's MySpace page with tracks being played on a rotational basis. Three tracks from the album can be heard at


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