Norwegian progressive extreme metallers VULTURE INDUSTRIES will be joined by TAAKE frontman Hoest for two special performances in February. The first of the two dates will take place on February 3 at Dirty Skunks, in the Kino Siska, an old movie theatre in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Entrance to this show will be free, as the venue will be celebrating its tenth anniversary. The second date will be on February 4 at Blue Hell in Budapest, and will mark VULTURE INDUSTRIES' first-ever appearance in Hungary.
Based in Bergen, and with two critically acclaimed releases on Dark Essence Records under their belts, VULTURE INDUSTRIES' lineup is composed of Bjornar Nilsen (BLACK HOLE GENERATOR) on vocals, keyboards and programming, Øyvind Madsen (SULPHUR, ex-ENSLAVED) and Eivind Huse (SULPHUR) on guitar, Kyrre Teigen on bass and Tor Helge Gjengedal (ex-TAAKE) on drums.
Nilsen, who also happens to be TAAKE's producer, is known for his highly theatrical on-stage performances, and the additional appearance of Hoest, one of black metal's most dynamic frontmen, is an indication that these two shows promise to be something very special.
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