January 12, 2007

Fast-rising Danish death-thrash wrecking crew URKRAFT is set to slaughter venues around Europe as the main support for CANNIBAL CORPSE. This tour will give fans the chance to check out URKRAFT's own brand of all-out thrashing mayhem that defines their 2006 Earache release "The Inhuman Aberration".

Commented URKRAFT vocalist Thomas Pederson: "We are looking forward to hitting the venues with CANNIBAL CORPSE and just getting out on the road and showing what we are made of. We have been waiting for a long time since the release of 'The Inhuman Aberration' and it will be cool to get out there and show what we are made of and seeing people join in the inhuman slaughter that we will be sending out from the stage... "

You can check URKRAFT out with CANNIBAL CORPSE and DISAVOWED on the following dates in February and March 2007:

Feb. 22 - France - Rennes - Antipode
Feb. 23 - Spain - Irun - Tunk
Feb. 24 - Portugal - Porto - Hard Club
Feb. 25 - Spain - Madrid - Sala Heiniken
Feb. 26 - Spain - Barcelona - Apollo
Feb. 27 - France - Lyon - CCO Villeurbanne
Feb. 28 - Italy - Bologna - Nouvo Estragon
Mar. 01 - Italy - Rome - Cicolo Degli Artisti
Mar. 03 - Greece - Athens - Ann Club
Mar. 04 - Greece - Thessaloniki - Hydrogios
Mar. 05 - Bulgaria - Sofia - Sredec Hall
Mar. 06 - Romania - Bucharest - Studio Martin
Mar. 07 - Serbia - Beograd - SKC
Mar. 08 - Slovenia - Lubljana - Media Park
Mar. 09 - Hungary - Budapest - A 38
Mar. 10 - Germany - Munchen - Backstage
Mar. 11 - Czech Republic - Praha - Abaton
Mar. 12 - Poland - Krakow - Loch Ness
Mar. 14 - Latvia - Riga - Melna Piektiena

"The Inhuman Aberration" was released in May 2006 via Earache Records. Recorded at Antfarm Studios with Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, SICK OF IT ALL, HIMSA, HATESPHERE),the CD features "10 polished and precise anthemic tracks incorporating thrash tempos and grim riffing likened to SOILWORK, DARKANE and THE HAUNTED," according to a press release. "URKRAFT's subtle use of keyboards sets them apart from the crowd, adding new textures and atmospheres to their taut sound."

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