Lucifer’s Child teams up with Nervochaos for a Northern Europe tour in May
Greek black metal outlaws LUCIFER’S CHILD teamed up with Brazil’s death blasters NERVOCHAOS for a northern leg of their European tour which commences in May.
18.05 LT Kaunas – Lemmy’s
19.05 LV Riga – Republika
20.05 ES Tartu – Rock n Roll Club
21.05 FI Helsinki – Lepakkomies
23.05 FI Turku – Utopia
25.05 SE Stockholm – Fredagsmangel*
26.05 SE Falun – Club Slammer**
29.05 NO Oslo – Revolver
30.05 NO Bergen – Hellion
02.06 SE Motala – Bomber Bar
03.06 DK Esbjerg – Rip Death Coast
* with Destroyer 666
** with Centinex
LUCIFER’S CHILD commented:
“The Morning Star shall rise once more! We are thrilled to put out ‘The Fall Of The Rebel Angels’ tour. A voyage into the Northern and Baltic countries of Europe. We will have the pleasure to be joined by the Brazilian daemons, Nervochaos and by the Swedish death masters Centinex in selected cities. Therefore, we hail all of you, to celebrate these 11 nights of ravenous black metal, join us!”
LUCIFER’S CHILD was formed in 2013 in Athens (Greece) by guitarist George Emmanuel (ex-Rotting Christ, ex-Chaostar, Necromantia) and bassist Stathis Ridis (ex-Nightfall). The duo quickly expanded into a quartet, with vocalist Marios Dupont (Karma Violens) and drummer Nick Vell (Chaostar), and released the debut album “The Wiccan” in 2015. Encouraged by the album’s reception, which entailed a string of festival dates (inc. Inferno Festival, Blastfest and Incineration Festival), they delivered a follow-up record titled “The Order”. The album successively emphasized the band’s classic approach, which is heavy on atmosphere and replete with dark aesthetics, all the more highlighted by Daniele Valeriani‘s (Dark Funeral, Mayhem) cover artwork. The music video for the album’s title song, which hit over 100k streams, can be seen below.
LUCIFER’S CHILD most recent installment is a six-track split with Brazil’s Mystifier titled “Under Satan’s Wrath”. The material was released in 2022 on Agonia Records.
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