Death Announces New European Tour Dates With Obscura
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After a North American tour and a performance at Neurotic Deathfest, Death: DTA will tour Europe for the first time.
The Death line up will consist of Sean Reinert (Cynic) - drums, Paul Masvidal (Cynic) - guitar, Steve DiGiorgio (Autopsy, Testament, Iced Earth) - bass, and Max Phelps (Cynic) - guitar & vocals. The set list will feature most of the songs from the "Human" album plus other Death classics.
In 1998, "The Sound Of Perseverance," the very last studio album of progressive death metal icons Death from Florida, saw the light of day. In 2001 charismatic band leader, guitar god, and sound pioneer Chuck Schuldiner tragically passed away. Many years later, the towering monolith of Chuck and Death's testimony hasn't even faintly started to crumble.
Direct support will come from German tech death heroes Obscura, who's singer/guitarist Steffen Kummerer was asked to be vocalist on the first Death-tribute shows in 2012, but couldn't take the job due to visa issues. Also on the tour will be Darkrise.
Nov 11 Hamburg, GER Grunspan
Nov 12 Aarhus, DK Voxhall
Nov 13 Berlin, GER BiNuu
Nov 14 Warsaw, POL Progresia
Nov 15 Krakow, POL Kwadrat
Nov 16 Vienna, AUS Szene
Nov 17 Prague, CZ Nova Chmelnice
Nov 19 Romagnano Sesia, IT RNR Arena
Nov 20 Colmar, FR Grillen
Nov 21 Jena, GER F-Haus
Nov 22 Munich, GER Backstage
Nov 23 Zurich, SWZ Dynamo
Nov 24 Eindhoven, NL Distortion Festival
Nov 25 Paris, FR Trabendo
Nov 26 London, UK Forum
Nov 27 Dublin, IR The Academy
Nov 28 Manchester, UK Sound Control
Nov 29 Essen, GER Turock
Nov 30 Louvain-la-Neuve, BE Mass Deathtruction Festival
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