Italian death metallers Hour Of Penance have released an updated schedule of their upcoming European tour. The previously announced show in Bosnia Herzegovina has been moved to a new location in Tuzla, at Palma Klub, while the show in Pula, Croatia, has been moved to Kranj, Slovenia, at TrainStation SubArt.
21/09/2018: Weberknecht - Wien (Austria)
22/09/2018: Prometalfest - Rymarov (Czech Republic)
23/09/2018: Magnetofon - Lodz (Poland)
25/09/2018: SKCNS Fabrika - Novi Sad (Serbia)
26/09/2018: Klub Palma - Tuzla (Bosnia Herzegovina)
27/09/2018: TrainStation SubArt - Kranj (Slovenia)
28/09/2018: Enjoy Club - Vicenza (Italy)
Recently Hour Of Penance celebrated the 10th anniversary of the release of their landmark album "The Vile Conception" by releasing the rare "Promo 2007" on Bandcamp. Thanks to the "Promo 2007" the band secured a deal with legendary American label Unique Leader Records (Deeds Of Flesh, Disgorge, Beheaded), which originally released the album on February 23rd 2008.
Guitarist/songwriter Giulio Moschini comments:
"To celebrate the 10th anniversary of our album 'The Vile Conception' and to thank all our fans who have been supporting Hour of Penance through all these years, we've uploaded our 'Promo 2007' on our Bandcamp page. This promo was originally sent only to labels and sold in limited quantities. You can now stream those 3 tracks for free via Bandcamp!".
Hour Of Penance are currently writing the follow-up to "Cast the First Stone" (Prosthetic Records, 2017).
Modern metal act Aftermoon (Kiev) are proud to announce their European Tour 2018.
About Aftermoon live shows:
"Our shows are always different as well as our songs. Aftermoon concert program can be very sensual and calm and can consist our lyrical songs, acoustic versions of Aftermoon`s tracks and even covers-versions of the greatest hits. On the contrary, it can be a heavy-metal show, where clean vocals changes to extreme techniques, gentle piano sound transforms into aggressive and hard synths. However, usually it all comes together into a wild vortex of emotions, music, feelings and drive."
Aftermoon is a modern metal band from Kiev, Ukraine. We've started our musical way in 2012. Since the band's formation, Aftermoon has played more than 80 shows in Europe and the biggest Ukrainian cities. We explore different genres in our music, such as modern metal, alternative rock and crossover. Symbiosis of different styles: we combine melodic vocals and piano with hard guitar riffs and intense rhythm section, use classical techniques and the variety of modern sound to create a unique mix that exists on the border of various musical genres. This allows Aftermoon find listeners with different musical preferences, both extreme metal and soft rock fans.
"Phase One" (2016, Wormholedeath)
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Hot on the heels of their recently announced Fall U.S. tour with Vale Of Pnath and First Fragment, Virvum are proud to announce yet another exciting upcoming tour. Last year's debut album, Illuminance, put the Zurich, Switzerland-based crew in Virvum on the map in a big way and the group is eager to keep the momentum going. This summer Virvum will embark on a European tour with renowned technical death metal act Beyond Creation. The tour kicks off in Mid-June and ends on with a special appearance by both bands at the UK Tech Fest in early July. Where Virvum will perform on July 7th, and Beyond Creation will perform on July 9th. Dates for the tour follow below.
June 20 Aarau (CH) Kiff (with The Black Dahlia Murder)
June 21 Bologna (IT) Alchemica Music Club
June 22 Ljubljana (SI) Orto Bar
June 24 Tuzla (BA) Club Palma
June 25 Sofia (BG) Live & Loud
June 26 Cluj-Napoca (RO) The Shelter
June 27 Kosice (SK) Colloseum
June 28 Budapest (HU) Dürer Kert
June 29 Wien (AT) Viper Room
June 30 München (DE) Feierwerk
July 1st Colmar (FR) Grillen
July 2nd Utrecht (NL) dB's
July 7th Newark (UK) Tech Fest
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