ABADDON INCARNATE: Live Dates Announced

Irish grindcore act ABADDON INCARNATE has lined up the following dates:

Mar. 30 - Dublin, Ireland - Fibbers (Dublin Deathfest)
May 13 - Dublin, Ireland - Voodoo (Chuck Schuldiner Memorial)
Jun. 16 - London, UK - Camden Underworld (London Deathfest)
Jul. 07 - Co. Laois, Ireland - Ballylinan (Day Of Darkness Festival 6)

ABADDON INCARNATE recently parted ways with bassist Brendan Roache "due to personal reasons." Filling Roache's shoes is Steve Maher from the Dublin gore-grind band SARCOSIS, according to a posting on the group's web site.

ABADDON INCARNATE's third album, "Dark Crusade", was released in March 2004 through Xtreem Music. The follow-up to 2001's "Nadir" (Sentinel) was recorded and mixed over a two-and-and-a-week period at Soundlab Studios in Sweden and includes 16 tracks.

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