Asphyx Announces Slowest Doom Set For Roadburn Festival 2013
Dutch doom/death metal act Asphyx continues to promote new album, “Deathhammer,” which was released worldwide at the end of February via longtime partners Century Media Records. It is with great pride that Asphyx now announces the band has been invited to appear at 2013’s edition of the prestigious Roadburn Festival. The event's promoters commented:
“We're extremely pleased to announce that Asphyx will be playing a special set of their slowest death/doom (only throwing in a couple buzzing, diabolical tracks for good measure) at the Roadburn Festival 2013 on Saturday, April 20th at Het Patronaat in Tilburg, Holland.
"Especially for Roadburn Festival 2013, Asphyx will put emphasis on their most epic, crushing material, played with guts and balls, and which will guarantee pure doom/death rapture. Along the way, Asphyx' undisputable influence on many bands that have shredded Roadburn stages will become apparent as well.”
The Roadburn Festival 2013 will run for four days from Thursday, April 18th to Sunday, April 21st, 2013 (the traditional Afterburner event) at the 013 venue in Tilburg, Holland. Other acts appearing at Roadburn Festival 2013 include Alcest, Castle, Hour of 13, Jess and the Ancient Ones, Kadavar and many more will be announced soon. More details can be found here.
Asphyx will next appear on stage this very weekend at the “Turock Open Air Festival” in Essen, Germany as headliners of the event on Saturday, 1st of September. The band's upcoming live shows are:
01.09.2012 Turock Open Air - Essen (Germany)
06.09.2012 Close-Up Cruise - Stockholm (Sweden)
29.09.2012 Hof 23 - Berlin (Germany)
06.10.2012 Hell Inside Festival - Würzburg (Germany)
20.04.2013 Roadburn Festival - Tilburg (The Netherlands)
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