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Satyricon To Do Headlining American Tour

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Norweian black metal group Satyricon will be heading back to North American shores in September for a headlining tour. A message from the band reads as follows:

"First of all, to the American audiences we have had the pleasure to perform in front of and meet every night... we salute you! We had a great time and a fantastic tour (opening for CRADLE OF FILTH). Because of your great interest and dedication throughout the tour we just finished, we are now booking a full Satyricon headlining tour starting in September. We'll keep you posted on this throughout spring and summer.

"In the meantime, all fans in Japan and down under are probably well aware of the upcoming tour starting next week and we are in particular looking forward to visiting New Zealand and Perth for the first time.

"All dates for the Nordic tour have now been posted as well. Support acts for this tour will be announced shortly.

"We have also posted all confirmed festivals where we will perform throughout spring and summer. Since the day we will be playing has not been set in stone at most festivales, we have chosen to post the opening day of the festival. The actual date we will be performing will be updated as soon as confirmed. See all dates here."

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1. MetalFan420 writes:

I was at a show in Edmonton where they opened for Cradle a few months ago. They put on a great show and played a good mix of old and new.Wish i could see them again!

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2. mung writes:

an amazing live band, keep it up guy's

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3. Disciple of Frost writes:

Caught these guys on the tour and they were beyond awesome. They sounded as tight as their albums. Can't wait til they make their way back to the states...Hail Satyricon

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4. jayballer14 writes:

they put on an awesome show when i saw them

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5. BlackenTheCursedSun writes:

They put on a great show opening for Cradle. Their keyboardist is f***ing hot and she thrashes harder than the rest of the band! haha

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6. Esmerelda writes:

Saw them in NYC last week, what a great band, COF should have been the opening act! I like COF, they are fun but Satyricon is the real thing. So glad they are coming back.

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7. TRIPLE L writes:

COF blows this band away.....other than there opening song and the lead singer have a mic stand the shape of a pitchfork, there just another band.....there opening song though is good......ill give them that

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8. Rubyred writes:

Congratulations SATYRICON (Frost & Satyr) on your next invasion to the American shores and this time around you will be Headlining the Tour kicking off in September 2009. Best wishes with that and your new album/Cd Satyricon "The Age of Nero" kicks mega times!!! peace.

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