Omophagia Announces "Guilt By Nescience" Album Release Date
Swiss band Omophagia has issued the following announcement about the release date for the band's debut album:
"It is my big pleasure to officially announce the release-date of our debut album Guilt By Nescience. The release party will take place on 14 May 2011 at the i45 in Zug. Moreover, we have the great pleasure to announce that Carnal Decay will release their forthcoming album the same evening. But this is not the whole story: Not only will Disavowed (NL) headline this show but also will we be supported by Arkhan (CH) and Mastication Of Brutality Uncontrolled (DE)!
"We feel honored to have the opportunity to release our first album with such talented and well-known artists. Already now, we’re craving for this to happen! Thanks to MehSuff who will organize everything!
"In the meantime, we will do the finishing of the recordings, artwork and new merch. The Hertz studio is booked for march. They will do the mixing and mastering for us, and the artwork and merch is almost completed. So, everything is on schedule in order to be ready for the 14 May.
"We did two gigs with our drummer Lehmä since he has returned from Singapore. He did an amazing job at this two concerts, especially if you respect that he weren't able to practice on real drums for about a half a year. It feels really good to have our good friend back in the band and that we are looking forward to playing many upcoming shows together again.
"By the way, we have updated our photo gallery. You can have a look at it at here. We will add more pictures soon, for example those of our gig from yesterday. In this spirit, have a good weekend and we will see us on 14 May 2011 at i45 in Zug (don't miss that!!!)."
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