T.O.M.B. confirm North America shows with Watain

T.O.M.B. confirm North America shows with Watain

Continuing to support the release of their studio album Fury Nocturnus, US blackened noise occultists T.O.M.B. will be taking their spell binding, disturbing live show on selected dates on Watain’s Pandemoniac Wolf North American 2018 tour, having been invited to join by Watain’s Erk Danielsson, the bands connection solidified with Danielsson creating the cover artwork for Fury Nocturnus.

“T.O.M.B. is extremely honored to be included on several selected dates of the upcoming Watain/Destroyer 666, Pandemoniac Wolf March North American 2018 Tour. We have shared the stage with Watain during their infamous blood baptism at the Brooklyn Bazaar in 2014 and also shows during their American Black Metal Warfare I and II tours in 2015. T.O.M.B. will once again conduct an opening audio ceremony of sonic and barbaric black noise that will consist of older material, songs from our Fury Nocturnus album, and new material. Please join us in the wake of this most unholy and infernal event!”

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Pandemoniac Wolf North American 2018 Tour featuring Watain, Destroyer 666, T.O.M.B

March 2018

27th – NC, Greensboro, Blind Tiger

28th – MD, Baltimore, Sound Stage

29th – PA, Philadelphia, Theatre Of Living Arts

30th – MA, Boston, Sinclair

31st – NY, New York, Gramercy Theatre

T.O.M.B. is extremely honored to be included on several selected dates of the upcoming Watain/Destroyer 666, Pandemoniac Wolf March North American 2018 Tour. We have shared the stage with Watain during their infamous blood baptism at the Brooklyn Bazaar in 2014 and also shows during their American Black Metal Warfare I and II tours in 2015. T.O.M.B. will once again conduct an opening audio ceremony of sonic and barbaric black noise that will consist of older material, songs from our Fury Nocturnus album, and new material. Please join us in the wake of this most unholy and infernal event!”

During their existence, T.O.M.B. (Total Occultic Mechanical Blasphemy) has created a multitude of horrific, spell-binding sound structures across thirteen different releases including compilations, splits, EPs and LPs. During that time, the project devoted itself to developing material with an essence directly derived from areas and elements associated with death, paranormal activity and occult practices.

Formed in 1998, & inspired by projects such as Abruptum, Havohej, Samael, Sunno))) and Wardruna, T.O.M.B. members No-One, B. Zimimay and Samantha Viola – the trio also notable as King Dude-signed act Dreadlords – orchestrated their latest recordings into thirteen hypnotic and malicious tracks, resulting in a ritualistic album outside of the boundaries of contemporary Ambient, Doom, Industrial, Noise or traditional Black Metal music. When creating these field recording soundscapes, certain necromantic instrumentation was used: human and animal bone, cemetery crypt doors, tombstones and coffins, and audio EVP equipment.

Key musicians contributing their craft throughout Fury Nocturnus are legendary drummer Hellhammer of Mayhem, shaman doom guitarist John Litchko of Goreaphobia/Necrotion & the mighty death industrial noise artist Grant Richardson from the project GNAWED, along with famous sound engineer Alan Douches of West Westside studios in New York.

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