TONY LAUREANO Is Looking Forward To Blasting Tunes With THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER

Drummer Tony Laureano (DIMMU BORGIR, ex-NILE, ANGELCORPSE) has posted following message on his official website:

"As it's been told elsewhere, I will be sitting in with THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER for their Japanese dates in December. I'm looking foward to blasting some tunes with THE BLACK DAHLIA guys, should be a lot a fun. Also, due to a last minute change, my trip to Norway has been postponed for a few months, so the recording of the project with the SPIRAL ARCHITECT/SATYRICON guys is put off for a bit. Same goes for the INSIDIOUS DISEASE [the death metal project featuring DIMMU BORGIR guitarist Silenoz and OLD MAN'S CHILD guitarist Jardar, along with NAPALM DEATH bassist Shane Embury] rehearsals, as those will be done after the recording. Looking at an early January re-schedule for these projects. I may also be squeezing in a few shows with another band in early December, stay tuned for that info."


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