KATAKLYSM: More North American Dates Announced

September 9, 2003

Canadian death metallers KATAKLYSM have announced more dates as part of their "From Shadows to Dust" North American tour.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Sep. 11 - Calgary, AB @ The Machine *
Sep. 12 - Edmonton, AB @ Stars *
Sep. 13 - Regina, SK @ The Exchange *
Sep. 16 - Thunder Bay, ON @ The Apollo
Sep. 18 - North Bay, ON @ The Daily Grind
Sep. 19 - Hamilton, ON @ Sonic Unyon
Sep. 20 - St. Paul, MN @ The Lab **
Sep. 21 - Chicago, IL @ The Bottom Lounge **
Sep. 23 - Springfield, VA @ Jaxx **
Sep. 24 - Lorain, OH @ Flying Machine **
Sep. 25 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Trocadero **
Sep. 26 - Brooklyn, NY @ L'Amour **
Sep. 27 - Providence, RI @ Met Cafe **
Sep. 28 - Springfield, MA @ The Fat Cat **
Nov. 07 - Trois-Rivieres, QC @ Le Maquisart (Trois-Rivieres Metalfest)


More North American dates to be added soon.

As previously reported, KATAKLYSM will enter Studio Victor in Montreal in November to begin recording their new album, "Serenity In Fire", for a February 16, 2004 release through Nuclear Blast Records. The album will be produced by KATAKLYSM guitarist Jean-Francois Dagenais (MISERY INDEX, MALEVOLENT CREATION) and will be mixed at Wildsound studio in St-Zenon, Quebec.

KATAKLYSM will be teaming up with CANNIBAL CORPSE, HYPOCRISY, CARPATHIAN FOREST, VOMITORY, EXHUMED, and PREJUDICE for next year's No Mercy Festivals 2004, taking place in Europe between March 31 and April 12. In addition, the band will remain on the road as direct support for CANNIBAL CORPSE for two more weeks. Exact cities and dates will be announced during the coming months.

In other news, vocalist Maurizio Iacono tied the knot with girlfriend Meggin Mary Booth in Las Vegas on Sunday, August 31, in the company of friends and bandmembers.

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