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Triptykon announce shows with Dimmu Borgir

TRIPTYKON, the group of former HELLHAMMER/CELTIC FROST singer, guitarist, and main songwriter Tom Gabriel Warrior, has recently confirmed to be appearing as special guest on the following headlining live dates of Norway's DIMMU BORGIR:

September
27 - Milan, Italy - Alcatraz
28 - Zagreb, Croatia - Boogaloo Club
30 - Luxembourg, Luxembourg - Den Atelier

Triptykon is soon to follow its highly acclaimed debut album Eparistera Daimones with the release of Shatter, an all-new five-track EP, on October 25th, 2010 (Europe and North America).

At a playing time of approximately 28 minutes, Shatter will consist almost entirely of previously unreleased music. The EP's track listing is as follows:

'Shatter'
'I Am The Twilight'
'Crucifixus'
'Circle Of The Tyrants' (Live)
'Dethroned Emperor' (Live)

The first three were recorded during the Eparistera Daimones album sessions in 2009. 'Crucifixus' appears in a newly mixed and mastered version. Tracks four and five are cover versions of Celtic Frost songs, recorded live during Triptykon's headliner performance at the Roadburn Festival in Tilburg, The Netherlands, on April 16, 2010. 'Dethroned Emperor' features guest lead vocals by Nocturno Culto of DARKTHRONE/SARKE.

Triptykon's Shatter EP will be available through Century Media Records (under license from Prowling Death Records Ltd.) as CD, digital download, and 12" vinyl (at 33? rpm). The EP will further contain the lyrics to all songs as well as detailed liner notes and credits.

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Tags:  TriptykonCeltic FrostTom Gabriel WarriorDimmu Borgirtour

    September 13, 2010

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