||SATYRICON NEW ALBUM EXPECTED SEPTEMBER: EURO TOUR DATES ARE HERE
25th March 2017
A huge update from Satyricon who have announced a European tour for September and October which will coincide with the release of their highly anticipated new, upcoming studio album which the revered and ground-breaking extremists are hard at work on. A release date is pencilled in for Friday 22nd September.
Satyricon have always excelled live. Spearheaded by charismatic frontman and visionary, Satyr, their powerful, evocative performances are shows that stick in the memory. Their gigs are increasingly becoming special events, as the frequency is dialled back to accommodate the Oslo band's modus operandi.
Speaking about the band's new album and return to the live fray, Satyr comments:
"The vast majority of our shows have been sold out in recent years and it makes me very thankful and proud. Our fans know that we are done a long time ago with relentless touring, so that makes every opportunity special to us now.
"I know our new album is one that our fans will love and we know how much people appreciate Satyricon as a live band. We are going to make every show unforgettable."
MetalTalk spoke to Satyricon's Frost at Bloodstock last year when talk of a new album had just been mentioned and he told us:
"It's very inspired and diverse, more so than anything we have done so far."
Tour dates are:
Sunday 24th September: Hamburg, Grunspan, Germany
Monday 25th September: Essen, Turock, Germany
Tuesday 26th September: Tilburg, 013, Netherlands
Wednesday 27th September: Vosselaar, Biebob, Belgium
Friday 29th September: London, Heaven, UK
Saturday 30th September: Paris, La Maroquinerie, France
Sunday 1st October: Nantes, MJC De Reze, France
Monday 2nd October: Toulouse, Le Metronum, France
Wednesday 4th October: Madrid, Sala But, Spain
Thursday 5th October: Barcelona, Razzamatazz, Spain
Friday 6th October: Mentpellier, Rockstore, France
Saturday 7th October: Bologna, Zona Roveri, Italy
Monday 9th October: Zurich, Dynamo, Switzerland
Tuesday 10th October: Munich, Backstage Halle, Germany
Wednesday 11th October: Vienna, Szene, Austria
Thursday 12th October: Prague, Akropolis, Czech Republic
Saturday 14th October: Krakow, Kwadrat, Poland
Sunday 15th October: Warsaw, Progresja, Poland
Monday 16th October: Berlin, SO36, Germany
Tuesday 17th October: Copenhagen, Pumpehuset, Denmark
Thursday 19th October: Aarhus, Train, Denmark
Friday 20th October: Gothenburg, Pustervik, Sweden
Saturday 21st October: Stockholm, Klubben, Sweden