Canadian progressive death metallers AUGURY will support DISMEMBER on a Canadian tour this fall. The trek is shaping up as follows:
Oct. 24 - Sherbrooke, QC @ Bar le Magog
Oct. 25 - Chicoutimi, QC @ Bar le Bunker
Oct. 26 - Quebec, QC @ L'Impérial
Oct. 27 - Montreal, QC @ [to be announced]
Oct. 28 - Ottawa, ON @ [to be announced]
Oct. 29 - London, ON @ The Embassy
Oct. 30 - Toronto, ON @ The Wreck Room
Oct. 31 - Sudbury, ON @ The Serbian Centre
Nov. 02 - Winnipeg, MB @ The Zoo
Nov. 03 - [to be announced]
Nov. 04 - Edmonton, AB @ The Mead Hall
Nov. 05 - Calgary, AB @ The Underground
Nov. 06 - [to be announced]
Nov. 07 - Vancouver, BC @ The Cobalt
AUGURY has set "Fragmentary Evidence" as the title of its second album, due later in the year.
The band recently welcomed back its original drummer Étienne Gallo, who appears on the new CD. The group says, "We look forward to working with Étienne now and in the future."
Video footage of Gallo laying down tracks for "Fragmentary Evidence" can be viewed below.
AUGURY's debut album, "Concealed", came out in 2004.
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