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DARK FUNERAL Gear Up For A Declaration Of Hate Tour

Dark Funeral Leader Lord Ahriman of Swedish black metal legends DARK FUNERAL has issued the following update:

"Today it's less than two weeks left until we kick off our massive tour throughout Europe, a tour that we dubbed A Declaration Of Hate - European Tour 2010.

41 shows across 17 countries are lined up, so this will be a massive trek indeed. The tour premiere will be held in Skövde, Valhall, Sweden on March 5th, and we will round up with a hometown show (Stockholm, Sweden) on April 19th.

As support, we will bring with us some truly killer acts too: ZONARIA, CARACH ANGREN, NEFARIUM. On the UK dates AKERCOCKE will join the horde, too.

On March 3rd-4th we have rented a theater where we are going to hold some serious pre-production rehearsals. You know, to plan the last few details and make sure that everything works and goes as we've planned. Can't fucking wait for that! Anyway, I'll make sure we get some images shot from it and posted on the web, hopefully on the 4th already!

We have also prepared a killer setlist. And I'm absolutely sure that it'll please both old and new fans of the band.

Since it's almost five years since we last toured Europe we have planned and prepared to bring out our biggest production yet. So be prepared for a HELL of a show!!!

Not only will this be the biggest production we have ever brought out on the road, it will also be the longest tour we've done since 2001 (Diabolis Interium). And we're totally looking forward to it!

For those of you who haven't got your ticket yet, you'll find tour dates and links to where you can purchase your ticket here."

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Tags:  Dark FuneralLord Ahrimantourblack metal 

    February 23, 2010

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