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Marduk Kicking Off Seven Bowls Of Wrath North American Tour

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Today, Swedish black metallers Marduk begin their Seven Bowls Of Wrath 2011 North American tour. The chaos begins tonight with a headlining slot at the Maryland Deathfest. From there, the band will systematically terrorize Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland and Brooklyn with Aura Noir, Black Anvil, Panzerfaust and HOD. In addition, the New York show will include an art exhibition by Oluremi White, whose work includes pieces inspired by the band.

Said the band in a collective statement, "As Marduk are about to begin the 7 Bowls Of Wrath Tour, we can also announce that at the New York show there will be an exclusive exhibition by New York artist Oluremi White, who will be presenting his paintings related to themes and visions based upon MARDUK songs. Don't miss out on that one! For a glimpse of some of Oluremi's works, visit his website at this location."

Marduk will be release the band's new EP "Iron Dawn" (reviewed here) today at the Maryland Deathfest. The EP will also be available at the six additional North American shows to follow. A track from the EP is also available for streaming here>

The tour dates are as follows:

5/27/2011 Maryland Deathfest - Baltimore, MD (Marduk, Aura Noir only)
5/29/2011 Cafe Campus - Montreal, QC
5/30/2011 Wreck Room - Toronto, ON
5/31/2011 Reggie's Rock Club - Chicago, IL
6/01/2011 I-Rock Nightclub - Detroit, MI
6/02/2011 Peabody's - Cleveland, OH
6/03/2011 Music Hall Of Williamsburg - Brooklyn, NY

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