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Abazagorath Returning For U.S. Live Shows After Five Year Hiatus

USBM act Abazagorath has announced a seven date mini tour across the mid Atlantic U.S. The band commented on the upcoming shows:

"This tour marks our return to the USBM scene in full force, Abazagorath is back and we are now stronger than ever! Be prepared for a relentless USBM assault unlike any other, spanning our storied 15 year legacy with a set containing songs from our upcoming MCD and past material ranging all the way back to our first EP from '96!"

The currently announced dates are as follows:

Brooklyn NY Aug 8th Club Europa
Baltimore MD Aug 9th Otto Bar
Wallingford CT Aug 11th Cherry St Station
Alston MA Aug 12th TBD
Philly PA Aug 19th The Millcreek Tavern
Secaucus NJ Aug 27th The Blue Room

Other bands appearing at the shows include Proclamation and Ipsissimus. Abazagorath's last live performance was with Inquisition in October of 2005 and was followed by a 5 year hiatus which marked the departure of guitarists Ciemnosc and Morgul and the addition of new guitarist Maelstrom. Abazagorath will enter the studio in July to record a new MCD due out on Diabolist Services sometime in late 2011/early 2012.

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1. Scot writes:

Come to Atlanta!!!

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2. Marshbunny writes:

All hail Abazagorath and Ipsissimus. This is going to be great!!

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