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Disentomb - The Decaying Light NZ Tour

24 May 2019 - 0 Comments

Disentomb are an Australian death metal band from Brisbane. They were founded soon after the disestablishment of Brisbane death metal act Cadaverine by three of its five members: Jordan Phillip, Henri Sison and Jake Wilkes formed Disentomb, together with bassist Tom Joice. The band have released two full-length albums, Sunken Chambers of Nephilim (2010) and Misery (2014).

Their new record The Decaying Light is scheduled to be released July 12th on their new record label Unique Leader Records! This group has been nothing short of fantastic in their short existence and their third album is sure to be as wild as their last album Misery.

Tour Dates
Thursday 15th August - Valhalla - Wellington
Friday 16th August - Club Tavern - Christchurch
Saturday 17th August - Neck of the Woods
- Auckland*
*Early show, 7pm start, 10:20pm finish

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VIDEO: Vultures Descend / Misery / Live in taiwan 2017

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