NIGHTRAGE Part Ways With CENTURY MEDIA, Seek New Label Home

Gothenburg, Sweden-based melodic death metal band NIGHTRAGE have parted ways with Century Media Records and are currently seeking a new label home. "We are preparing new songs and we are really pleased with the outcome," NIGHTRAGE mainman Marios Iliopoulos writes on the group's web site. "We are planning to enter the studio in August."

NIGHTRAGE released their highly acclaimed second full-length album, "Descent Into Chaos", last year on Century Media.

In other news, NIGHTRAGE will be teaming up with VADER and BLOODTHORN for a Scandinavian tour in November. Tentative dates are as follows:

Nov. 11 – DEN @ TBA
Nov. 12 - DEN @ TBA
Nov. 13 - Gothenburg, SWE @ Musikens Hus
Nov. 14 - Oslo, NOR @ TBA
Nov. 15 - Kristiansand, NOR @ TBA
Nov. 16 - Bergen, NOR @ TBA
Nov. 17 - Trondheim, NOR @ Blaest
Nov. 18 - Orebro, SWE @ Satin
Nov. 19 - Stockholm, SWE @ Klubben
Nov. 20 - Gavle, SWE @ Monster
Nov. 21 - Umea, SWE @ Midnight
Nov. 22 - Oulu, FIN @ TBA
Nov. 23 - Jyvaskyla, FIN @ TBA
Nov. 24 - Helsinki, FIN @ TBA
Nov. 25 - Turku, FIN @ Klubi


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