MÖRK GRYNING: KIMERA To Handle The Axe During Upcoming Tour
Swedish black metallers MÖRK GRYNING have announced that Kimera (real name Peter Nagy) will once again the handle the guitar during the band's upcoming tour. It will mark his first time playing the axe since the group's appearance at the Dragon's Blaze festival in Belgium last May.
MÖRK GRYNING will be teaming up with GREEN CARNATION and SUIDAKRA for the "Darkness In Disguise" European tour beginning at the end of the month.
The dates are as follows:
Oct. 30 - Innsbruck, AUT @ Hafen
Oct. 31 - Wels, AUT @ Alter Schlachthof
Nov. 01 - Wien, AUT @ Planet Music
Nov. 02 - Budapest, HUN @ E-Klub
Nov. 03 - München, GER @ Garage
Nov. 04 - Essen, GER @ Zeche Carl
Nov. 05 - Heidelberg, GER @ Schwimmbad Musicclub
Nov. 06 - Berlin, GER @ Halford
Nov. 07 - Glauchau, GER @ Alte Spinnerei
Nov. 08 - Münster, GER @ Live Arena
Nov. 09 - Hamburg, GER @ Markthalle
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