GENITORTURERS Launch U.S. Tour With New Song Download

April 15, 2004

GENITORTURERS, the Florida-based band featuring former MORBID ANGEL frontman David "Evil D" Vincent (photo#1, photo#2, photo#3) on bass, have announced the kick-off of their 2004 U.S. spring tour with the Internet release of a new song, entitled "Take It".

Written by Vincent, "Take It" (download MP3 here) is a song that "merges musical ferocity with visceral passion & dark melody generated deep within the flesh," according to an official press release. The feel of the song "is hard and heavy with slight echoes of [Vincent's] illustrious past as leader and vocalist of the band MORBID ANGEL. However, seething yet seductive vocals by Gen give the song its trademark GENITORTURERS appeal and leaves your loins begging for more." also now includes a clip from the music video of "Take It", which shows the band performing the song live "in front of a churning mass of fans eagerly taking in all they can!"

GENITORTURERS U.S. spring tour dates:

Apr. 22 - Houston, TX - Numbers
Apr. 23 - Baton Rouge, LA - Clicks
Apr. 24 - Dallas, TX - Gypsy Ballroom
Apr. 25 - San Antonio, TX - Communion
Apr. 28 - Hollywood, CA - Whiskey a Go Go
Apr. 29 - San Francisco, CA - DNA lounge
Apr. 30 - Salt Lake City, UT - Club Halo
May 01 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theater
May 02 - Colorado Springs, CO - "Society of Genitorture Caberet Party"
May 04 - Indianapolis, IN - Birdys
May 05 - St Louis, MO - Creepy Crawl
May 06 - Springfield, MO -The Rockwell
May 07 - Detroit, MI - Harpos
May 08 - Harrisburg, PA - DragonFly Club
May 09 – Cincinnati, OH - Sudsy Malones
May 10 - Chicago, IL - DoubleDoor
May 12 - Poughkeepsie, NY - The Chance
May 13 - Washington, DC - Nation
May 14 - Cleveland, OH - Scene Pavillion
May 15 - Baltimore, MD - Thunderdome
May 16 - Farmingdale (Long Island),NY - Crazy Donkey
May 29 - Jacksonville, FL - Club 5
May 30 - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Culture Room

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