ZYKLON, ORANGE GOBLIN Added To 'Blackest Of The Black' Show In London

October 7, 2003

More bands have been announced for the "Blackest Of The Black" show at London, England's The Forum on November 22. Joining headliners DANZIG will be MARDUK, ZYKLON, ORANGE GOBLIN and MELDRUM, with one more act yet to be confirmed.

As previously reported, the U.S. installment of the "Blackest Of The Black" tour, which was set to feature appearances by DANZIG, SUPERJOINT RITUAL, DEVILDRIVER and MORBID ANGEL, was postponed last month "due to the sudden and unexpected departure of DANZIG/Blackest Of The Black booking agent Jamie Adler from The Agency Group," according to an official statement from the DANZIG camp. The tour, which was to kick off in mid-October, is now expected to take place in early 2004.

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