EPHEL DUATH To Open For FANTOMAS MELVINS BIG BAND In London
Italian experimentalists EPHEL DUATH have been confirmed as the support act for the FANTOMAS MELVINS BIG BAND on May 1 at the Forum in London.
"Some weeks ago, [while] announcing the cancellation of the Euro tour, the band have promised to the U.K. fans to reschedule the things soon," EPHEL DUATH write in a statement. "Well, we can't imagine a better situation to return in U.K. than a show with two of the bands that we most respect unified in a sole nightmare. We are arranging the things to do other U.K. shows around this one."
EPHEL DUATH's latest album, "Pain Necessary to Know", was released in Europe and in the States via Earache Records. The follow-up to "The Painter's Palette" was recorded at Studio 73 in Ravenna, Italy with producer Paso.
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