DEMONICAL, the Swedish death metal band featuring past and present members from CENTINEX, GRAVE, REGURGITATE, INTERMENT, AMARAN, WORLD BELOW and DELLAMORTE, has been confirmed for next year's Legacy Festival, set to take place May 20-23 in Dessau, Germany.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
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For more information, visit www.legacyfest.de.
DEMONICAL will enter the studio in November to begin recording its as-yet-untitled second album for an April 2009 release.
The band recently announced the addition of Sverker "Widda" Widgren — also known for his guitar work with DIABOLICAL and as the co-owner of Necromorbus Studios — as the group's new full-time vocalist. His first "official" show with DEMONICAL took place on April 4 at Tantogården in Stockholm with NECROPHOBIC and SPAZMOSITY.
The band's debut album, "Servants of the Unlight", was released in April 2007 via Germany's Cyclone Empire Records. The group toured Europe with NUNSLAUGHTER and NOMINON, and took part in Germany's Up From The Ground festival. They also supported GRAVE on select Scandinavian dates.
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