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Incantation Mainman Comments On Japanese Tour

Pennsylvania-based death metallers INCANTATION have returned from there first Japanese tour with ANATOMIA and FUNERUS. The group's mainman John McEntee has issued the following update:

"We have recently returned from our Death In Hell Japanese tour. This was our first time playing Japan. We have been trying to play Japan for many years with no luck, so it was a great honour to get this opportunity. All the shows were great, the people were all really metal and respectful. We got the opportunity to play with our long time friends in DEFILED and BUTCHER ABC along with some other killer bands like COFFINS, INTESTINE BAALISM, SABBAT, SSORE, and many more. Also on the tour was my other band FUNERUS along with the Japanese band ANATOMIA. ANATOMIA were great touring mates, they are a kick-ass, old-school-style death metal band and heavy as fuck. They were a perfect opener for the tour! It was also great for FUNERUS; we got a great response every night."

INCANTATION has been confirmed for next year's Central Illinois Metalfest, set to take place July 18-20 at the Canopy Club in Urbana, Illinois.

The MetalList webzine recently posted video footage of INCANTATION performing at the Moscow Metal Fest on September 22, 2007 at Tochka Club in Moscow, Russia. Watch the clip here.

INCANTATION's current touring lineup consists of:

John McEntree – Guitar/Vocals
Rayash (SUPREME LORD) - Bass
Craig Smilowski (GOREAPHOBIA, IMMOLATION) - Drums

For a list of upcoming INCANTATION shows, click here.

Source: Blabbermouth

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