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Gorguts Kicking Off Tour Dates With Misery Index

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The acclaimed death metal extremists in Gorguts and Misery Index are kicking off a co-headlining European tour tonight.

The tour kicks off tonight in Madrid, and will see both bands travel through nine countries before concluding on May 8th in Tilburg as part of this year's Neurotic Deathfest. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.

Gorguts recently finished a sting on the Decibel Magazine North American tour alongside Carcass and The Black Dahlia Murder. The band is touring in support of new album "Colored Sands" (reviewed here).

Regarding the kick off, Gorguts main-man Luc Lemay comments: "It is with great joy that we eagerly await to get to Europe to meet each of you to share the music of 'Colored Sands.' When we toured Europe in the summer of 2012 it was the band’s second European tour in 19 years! So we need to catch up with you Metalheads! When we were told that the tour would happen with our label mates Misery Index, I couldn’t be happier!! I remember hearing 'Traitors' for the first time, and I was a fan right away!! I cannot wait to share the stage with them. This will be great!!"

Misery Index guitarist Jason Netherton adds: "We are really looking forward to hitting Europe with our label-mates and brothers Gorguts for these shows and festivals. Nothing but good times await! Also, we expect this tour will come close to the release of our new album, which makes it perfect timing. See you all in spring 2014!"

Misery Index recently premiered the title track from forthcoming album "The Killing Gods," which can be heard over here.

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