Mayhem Announce UK/European Tour With Mortiis
Black metal legends Mayhem have announced a tour of Europe this autumn.
Kicking off in Bergen, Norway on September 19, the extreme metallers will trek across the continent for a month, climaxing at Aarhus, Denmark on October 25.
The tour also includes six dates across the UK and Ireland.
“We are proud to announce Leg 2 of the very successful Daemon European tour!” say the band. “For this leg we bring Norwegian cult act Mortiis, who should be no stranger to you all.”
“The time has come for The Old One to join forces with The Ancient Ones,” adds Mortiis. “On my next Era I run I will join Mayhem on their Northern Ritual tour this autumn! I hope you are ready!”
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Mayhem released their sixth full-length, Daemon, last year. Mortiis released his latest album Spirit Of Rebellion this January.
Catch Mayhem and Mortiis at one of the dates below – get your tickets here.
Mayhem UK/Europe tour 2020
19 Bergen USF Verftet, Norway*
21 Trondheim Verkstedhallen, Norway*
22 Drammen Union Scene, Norway*
23 Stavanger Folken, Norway*
24 Horten Artilleriverkstedet, Norway*
25 Oslo Rockefeller, Norway*
26 Hamar Gregers, Norway*
29 Mannheim MS Connexion Complex, Germany
30 Salzburg Rockhouse, Austria
01 Budapest Barba Negra, Hungary
02 Kosice Collosseum, Slovakia
04 Skopje MKC, North Macedonia
06 Thessaloniki Principal Club Theater, Greece
07 Athens Fuzz Live Music Club, Greece
09 Bari Demode Club, Italy
10 Rome Orion Club, Italy
11 Parma Campus Industry, Italy
12 Audincourt Moloco, France
13 Paris La Machine Du Moulin Rouge, France
14 Manchester Academy 2, England
15 Dublin Academy, Ireland
16 Belfast Limelight, Northern Ireland
17 Glasgow Garage, Scotland
18 London Islington Academy, England
19 Bristol The Fleece, England
21 Hasselt Muziekodroom, Belgium
22 Oberhausen Turbinenhalle, Germany
23 Tilburg O13, Netherlands
25 Aarhus Voxhall, Denmark
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