ENSLAVED: European Headlining Tour Announced

May 21, 2008

Norwegian extreme avantgarde/black metal band ENSLAVED will embark on a European headlining tour in November/December. Support on the trek will come from STONEGARD and KRAKOW.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Nov. 05 - DK Kopenhagen The Rock
Nov. 06 - DK rhus Voxhall
Nov. 07 - GER Marne Capitol
Nov. 08 - GER Essen Grugahalle / Heidenfest
Nov. 09 - BEL Vosselaar Biebob
Nov. 11 - UK Glasgow Ivory Blacks
Nov. 12 - UK Leeds Rios
Nov. 13 - UK London Scala
Nov. 14 - NL Eindhoven Dynamo
Nov. 15 - NL Leeuwarden Romein
Nov. 16 - NL Deventer Burgerweeshuis
Nov. 18 - F Paris La Locomotive
Nov. 19 - F Rennes Ubu
Nov. 20 - F Lyon March Gare
Nov. 21 - F Toulouse Havanna Caf
Nov. 22 - ESP Madrid Sala Caracol
Nov. 23 - ESP Barcelona Salamandra
Nov. 25 - ITA Milano Alcatraz
Nov. 26 - ITA Bologna Estragon
Nov. 27 - AUT Graz Orpheum
Nov. 28 - AUT Wien Szene
Nov. 29 - AUT Salzburg Rockhouse
Nov. 30 - GER Mnchen Backstage
Dec. 01 - SWI Pratteln Z7
Dec. 02 - GER Saarbcken Roxy
Dec. 03 - GER Darmstadt Steinbruch Theater
Dec. 04 - GER Kln Werkstatt
Dec. 05 - GER Hamburg Markthalle
Dec. 06 - GER Leipzig Hellraiser
Dec. 07 - CZ Zlin Masters Of Rock Cafe
Dec. 09 - GER Berlin Kato
Dec. 10 - PL Warsaw Progresja
Dec. 11 - LT Vilnius Mulen Ruzas
Dec. 12 - LAT Riga Melna Piektdiena
Dec. 13 - EE Tallinn Green Christmas Festival
Dec. 14 - FIN Helsinki Tavastia
Dec. 16 - SWE Stockholm Debaser
Dec. 17 - SWE Gothenburg Sticky Fingers
Dec. 18 - N Oslo Rockefeller
Dec. 19 - N Hamar Hydranten
Dec. 20 - N Bergen Verftet

ENSLAVED yesterday announced that it has parted ways with Tabu Recordings. According to the band's management, "the break-up is a friendly one; both parties felt the time was right to regroup and rebuild." "ENSLAVED would like to thank Tabu Recordings for many years of co-operation and sincerely wish them the very best of luck with the future of the label," the group wrote in a statement. "A particular thank you goes to Christer Hansen at Tabu for being a friend and keeping the focal point where it belongs; the music and the people."

According to a press release issued by ENSLAVED, the band's split with Tabu marks the end of a turbulent period that has forced ENSLAVED to keep a tight lid on the new album recordings, which are tentatively due to see the light of day in the fall of 2008. One or more press releases with all details will be issued in the near future. "Strange, dark and great things are about to happen!" the group said.

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