Norwegian black metallers RAGNAROK have announced a second leg of their European tour, that will be taking place this May and focusing on the Eastern part of the continent.
The band will be touring in support of their last year’s album “Psychopathology”, released on Agonia Records, together with fellow black metallers Cvinger (Slovenia), Infinityum (France) and Aeternum Vale (Ireland). The 9-date routing will go though five countries.
“Psychopathology tour pt. 2”
19.05: Skullcrusher, Dresden (DE)
20.05: Red & Black, Chorzow (PL)
21.05: Hydrozagadka , Warsaw (PL)
23.05: Blue Hell, Budapest (HU)
24.05: Majestic Music Club, Bratislava (SK)
25.05: Nova Chmelnice, Prague (CZ)
26.05: From Hell, Erfurt (DE)
27.05: Backstage, Munich (DE)
28.05: Blackland, Berlin (DE)
05.08 – Oak Metal Festival (NO)
30.09: Sarpsborg Jern & Metal Festival (NO)
Formed in 1994 RAGNAROK‘s history spans well over two decades. As with any band that has lasted this long, there have been changes in the lineup along the way, not least of which was the decision by Jontho, one of the most recognisable and respected drummers on the Norwegian Black Metal scene, to expand his performing repertoire by laying down his drumsticks and taking over as vocalist. Aside from Jontho on vocals, the band’s lineup includes long-standing guitarist Bolverk (Images At Twilight), session bassist Viti (Images At Twilight, Hinsidig) and drummer Daniel Minge (Dauden).
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