“No light shall reach beyond these mountains…”
It is with great honor that we announce our return to Europe this summer for the “Svns ov the Void” tour, with special guests, PANZERFAUST.
Presented by Doomstar Bookings and Eisenwald.
Svns ov the Void
European Tour 2022:
Confimed tour dates:
22.07.2022 – Mulfingen (DE) – Boarstream Festival
23.07.2022 – Vienna (AT) – Viper Room
24.07.2022 – Kosice (SK) – Colosseum
25.07.2022 – Bratislava (SK) – Fuga
26.07.2022 – Dresden (DE) – Chemiefabrik
27.07.2022 – Kassel (DE) – Goldgrube
29.07.2022 – Tolmin (SL) – Metal Days
02.08.2022 – Marseille (FR) – Le Molotov
03.08.2022 – Lyon (FR) – Rock and Eat
05.08.2022 – Raznov (RO) – Rockstadt Extreme*
06.08.2022 – Münster (DE) – Zappenduster Open Air
07.08.2022 – Rotterdam (NL) – Baroeg
08.08.2022 – Birmingham (UK) – The Asylum
09.08.2022 – Manchester (UK) – Rebellion
10.08.2022 – London (UK) – Electrowerkz
11.08.2022 – Jaromer (CZ) – Brutal Assault
12.08.2022 – Schlotheim (DE) – Party San Open Air
13.08.2022 – Kortrijk (BE) – Alcatraz festival
12.08.2022 – Jaromer (CZ) – Brutal Assault
13.08.2022 – Schlotheim (DE) – Party San Open Air
14.08.2022 – Kortrijk (BE) – Alcatraz festival
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Since their formation in 2014, Uada's rise has been meteoric. Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, the band quietly released their debut album, Devoid of Light in 2016 through and word of mouth quickly built from there: here was BLACK METAL writ large, classic and uncompromising but brimming with power, soul, and artistry, and all without bluster and bathos. Uada's debut album surely expanded the lexicon of the melodic black metal idiom, and the underground took notice.
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