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Nicodemus Announce UK Tour Dates

Portland based progressive metallers, NICODEMUS, are very pleased to announce that they will tour the UK for the first time in their career this July. Support act for dates will be Manchester, England based goth metal band LIQUID SKY. Confirmed dates are as follows:

July 16 Stoke-On-Trent @ The Glebe
July 18 Queensferry @ The Pentre Club
July 21 Gloucester TBA
July 22 Hertford TBA
July 23 Aylesbury @ The White Swan
July 27 Croydon, Surrey @ The Cartoon Club
July 28 Hull @ The White Room
July 29 Mansfield @ Town Mill

More dates will be announced as they are confirmed. Band leader, Christopher Morris, is thrilled that the band will finally tour overseas. "It feels great to finally get the opportunity to tour England and to do it along side a great band like Liquid Sky. We have had tremendous support from our British fans since our debut album almost 6 years ago. To play for them now, as well as gain exposure to new fans, is a dream come true for us. Being British myself, there is also a great sense of pride in this homecoming."

As previously reported, Nicodemus recently unveiled the web premiere of their new long form conceptual video for the track "Next In Nocturne". The video is now available at the band's site or at their MySpace page. Nicodemus released their third album titled "Vanity Is A Virtue" through the Greek based Sonic Age Records in June of 2005. The album, which received a review 5/5 review and was deemed a "masterpiece" by Gothic Beauty Magazine, decidedly owes more to the progressive sound than previous Nicodemus releases, 2000's "Tales of the Lovelorn and Necromantic"(Dark Throne Music) and 2003's "The Supernatural Omnibus" (Dark Symphonies), which saw the band focusing on a goth/black metal based sound with progressive elements.

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