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Enthroned Drop Off Gorgoroth Tour

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Belgian black metallers ENTHRONED check in with the following update:

"Due to some problems with the organization of the tour (with GORGOROTH), ENTHRONED has no other choice than to pull off the current tour after the date in Belgium (November 28). Most of what was promised never actually happened, creating severe tensions between the band and the tour promoter. As well some health problems occurred due to the lame state and insalubrity of the tour bus. ENTHRONED would like to apologize towards the fans for something that is beyond our control."

ENTHRONED's new album, "Tetra Karcist", was released in September via Napalm Records. The CD was recorded under the guidance of Harris Johns (SODOM, KREATOR, VOIVOD). Guest musicians on the CD include Ashmedi (MELECHESH), MkM (ANTAEUS), Verderf (ex-VERLOREN, OUROBOUROS), Harris Johns and Dungeon (ICONOCLASM).

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. Ruby Red writes:

Sorry to hear that two such "esteem & frightening" Black Metal bands Enthroned & Gorgoroth had a fuse with the other so to speak: and since Gorgoroth are more in the forefront their management or promoter will go more in their favor..'hopefully in the future the two bands will come to a better solid ground. As far as the Tour bus conditions not being kept up...'well that doesn't sound to cool to me/just get it together and keep it safe & neat 'cause it belongs to you. Cheers!

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