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Below is our complete Anno Domini news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Soundworks Touring has recently released the support acts for the upcoming Australian/New Zealand Mayhem tour this September. Here are the latest confirmed supporting bands:
September 21st – The Kings Arms, Auckland
Vassafor, Creeping, Anno Domini, Mortus
September 23rd – The Hifi, Melbourne
Special guest main support TBA plus Guild Of Destruction
September 24th – The Factory, Sydney
Special guest main support TBA plus Anno Domini
September 25th – The Hifi, Brisbane
Special guest main support TBA plus Mongrel’s Cross
September 26th – Capitol, Perth
There will be a further update for Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane on August 28th for the main support slot.
Sydney metal band Anno Domini is planning to trek south for a CD release party show on July 9th. The band is releasing their new album "Atrocities." Here's the lineup for the show:
In Malice's Wake
A Million Dead Birds Laughing
July 9th @ Central Club, Richmond.
Doors at 7:30pm, $15 entry.
Click here for the facebook event.
Sydney’s Utopia Records is currently in it’s 30th year and to celebrate, they will be staging a series of shows to celebrate the local rock and metal scene. “This series of shows will focus on the various sub genres of the might juggernaut that is metal, and will present the best bands from the Sydney scene of the musical & cultural phenomenon that really is louder than life.”
July 10th will see Mortal Sin, The Amenta, Daysend, Switchblade, Killrazer, Darker Half, Anno Domini, Norse and Hellbringer hit the Manning Bar stage to celebrate the occasion.
Tickets are available for $27 from Utopia Records or Moshtix.
Marking to the exact day the death a year ago of talented Finnish guitarist Miika Tenkula, admirers of his work from past and current line ups of estblished Australian metal bands: Nazxul, Lord, Darker Half, Anno Domini and Rampage will be performing a set of Sentenced covers on February 19th in Sydney, Australia in rememberence.
Under the banner of Frozen, named after one of their land mark releases, a set of over an hour of classic Sentenced songs will be performed to honour and pay tribute to Miika. Sentenced never performed on Australian soil so this show is a chance for Australian fans to experience these classic songs live.
All involved in this project are fans of Miikas work and are all eager to pay tribute to an artist taken well before his time was due. Support for the show will be The Veil and Requiem of the Damned.
Sydney’s Anno Domini recently posted an update from the studio, where the band is currently recording their debut full legnth, set for release later in 2009.
“Just a quick update on the album. We have completed the drums very nicely in a couple days. We are moving forward and starting on the bass tomorrow. Guitars should be done the week after if all goes well.
"Video diaries are being created of every process the band goes through for recording aswell as home studio videos. They should be out in the next couple of weeks on the myspace and on youtube.
"Teasers will also be put up on myspace. Samples of tracks just to give you a preview of the album in the not to distant future. The album is sounding really kickass at the moment! Until next time!”