AVERSE SEFIRA: Central American Dates Postponed

Texas black metal trio AVERSE SEFIRA has issued the following update:

"Due to scheduling issues on behalf of the band, AVERSE SEFIRA must postpone their performances in Central America. We hope our supporters in the region will not be too disappointed. We appreciate the efforts of the promoters of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador in working with us, and we are sorry that we could not honor the original dates as planned. AVERSE SEFIRA will endeavor to come to return to the region in early 2010!"

AVERSE SEFIRA is continuing to promote its latest album, "Advent Parallax". Released last year, the CD was produced by Tore Stjerna (WATAIN, IN BATTLE) and features original artwork from celebrated artist Jos A. Smith (BATHORY). On release, the band toured the U.S. with ROTTING CHRIST and friends IMMOLATION; their second tour of the country since signing with Candlelight Records.


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