More tour dates added
To coincide with the start of their upcoming North American co-headline tour with Pallbearer, Swedish Metallers TRIBULATION will release a new 7 inch / Digital EP on September 14th, 2018. The “Nightbound” 7 inch features both a recent live recording and a previously unreleased instrumental demo version of the song “Nightbound”, from their latest album “Down Below”. A new promotional video clip for “Nightbound” is currently being worked on by director Robert Piehl, who previously worked with the band on the video for “The Lament”.
The “Nightbound” EP will be available in the following vinyl colours and worldwide limitations:
Transparent blue vinyl – 100 copies / Century Media Webshop Europe
White vinyl – 200 copies / Century Media Distro Europe
Dark green vinyl –100 copies / At band’s webstore via Kingsroad
Transparent red vinyl – 100 copies / From the band on tour
Black vinyl – 500 copies / Century Media Distro Europe
The “Nightbound” EP can now be pre-ordered here
Tribulation have now also announced further support acts to appear on their upcoming North American tour for the shows without co-headliners Pallbearer. See an overview of all upcoming Tribulation shows, including a newly announced very special year-ending hometown show in Stockholm, Sweden on December 8th at Södra Teatern, here:
TRIBULATION live 2018:
Aug 11 – Schlotheim (Germany) – Party.San Metal Open Air
Aug 18 – Essen (Germany) – Turock Open Air
TRIBULATION live 2018/2019:
Nov 30 – Karlstad (Sweden) – Nöjesfabriken + Henrik Palm & The Coffinshakers
Dec 01 – Malmö (Sweden) – KB + Henrik Palm
Dec 08 – Stockholm (Sweden) – Södra Teatern
Apr 18-21 – Oslo (Norway) – Inferno Metal Festival
May 03 – Kopervik (Norway) – Karmoygeddon Festival
More dates will be announced soon.
Hailed as an early and strong album-of-the-year contender, “Down Below” is described as the next logical step for an innovative band that always dared to conquer new grounds.
Metal Report Editor.
Ex guitarist in Zenopede, ex vocals for a goth covers band that was hailed as the future of Welsh music, former DJ, promoter and nightclub director. Writer for Gear4Geeks’ Blog4Geeks and owner of Gear4Geeks ltd. First published music critique was Kerrang letter of the Week.
Definitely has never been the future, present or past of Welsh music.