Dutch death metallers DISAVOWED have been confirmed as the support act for CANNIBAL CORPSE on their upcoming European tour, which is scheduled to kick off late February. Confirmed dates can be found at this location.

As previously reported, DISAVOWED have just finished shooting the video for "Biased Existence" with acclaimed video producer Maurice Swinkels of Lowlife Media. The clip will be included in the multimedia section of the group's upcoming sophomore album, "Stagnated Existence", along with a "making of" documentary. A photo gallery of this video shoot can be found at this location. The band is expected to complete tracking the new CD at Studio Excess in Rotterdam, Holland this weekend, to be followed by mixing and mastering later in November. The follow-up to the band's 2001 debut, "Perceptive Deception", will include such other songtitles as "Dogmatic Conceit" and "The Veils of Misconception". An early 2007 release through Neurotic Records is expected.


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