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Preview: Dying Fetus + Psycroptic + Beyond Creation + Disentomb @ LAV

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Preview: Dying Fetus + Psycroptic + Beyond Creation + Disentomb @ LAV

North American band Dying Fetus will be returning to Portugal on the next November 12th. This show is part of the tour promoting their brand new album “Wrong One To Fuck With”, released last June 23rd, via Relapse Records.

Supporting this tour are Australian Psycroptic, Canadian Beyond Creation and Brutal Death Metal Disentomb, also coming from Australia.

Concert info

Tickets cost €20.00 and are available now at Ticketline, Worten, Fnac, El Corte Inglês and
Doors open: 19h00. Shows start: 20h00.

The show is promoted by Prime Artists.
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There will be a bus tour as well:

About the bands

Over the past two and a half decades, Dying Fetus has become the perfect reflection of building a career based on broad doses of self-confidence and musical integrity. With strong roots in the underground “death metal” scene, the band led by John Gallagher, founded in 1991, has matured over the years and, along the way, has dragged the trend towards the new millennium, being considered as a major influence in far more movements such as deathcore.
As if that were not enough, Dying Fetus will bring along with them three names that deserve attention by those who like good death metal.

Almost two decades after they started making music in Tasmania, Australia, Psycroptic are bearers of the obscure, complex technical death that so many people have been passionate about over the past decade. Records like “The Specter Of The Ancients”, “The Inherited Repression” or the latest “Psycroptic” are already more than inevitable titles in an expanding phenomenon that made way to bands like Canadian Beyond Creation, who in “Earthborn Evolution” exploit the full potential of progressive technical death metal. Or Disentomb, also coming from Australia and are more focused on brute force and carry in “Misery” a real firecracker of pure death / grind done as it should be done.

Here’s what we could expect from this evening’s gigs:

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