Moonspell, Rotting Christ and Silver Dust Live At Quantic Club-Bucharest

Moonspell, Rotting Christ and Silver Dust Live At Quantic Club-Bucharest

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Portuguese dark metal executors Moonspell and Greek lack / dark metal enforcers Rotting Christ are uniting their powers to give darkness a new definition on November 16th 2019 at Quantic, Bucharest.
More than 25 countries will be flooded by this unstoppable force of Metal. 50 Cities, where marks will be left.

Moonspell comments: Moonspell is eager to embark on this epic trip around ALL Europe and to team up with our Southern brothers, the one and only Rotting Christ. We’ll be finally presenting our 1755 full production on stage and we’ll be escaping from the studio, as we are writing and recording what will be the next Moonspell album. So it’s time to meet our fans again, kill the pack’s hunger for more Moonspell and take our theatrics into the road to give you ghouls the spell you’ve been waiting for.

Rotting Christ adds: Dear Metal brothers and -sisters, This is Sakis, on behalf of my band I can now proudly anounce one of our longest tours ever in the European territory in order to support our brand new album The Heretics in 2019. 50 shows in a row together with one of our oldest friends and fellow travellers in the scene Moonspell. I feel like promising not less than a hell of show every night. Stay tuned for updates and look forward to seeing you all in the battlefield. NON SERVIAM!

Silver Dust is added as the opening act for both bands.

An event by Posada Rock and hosted by Quantic club.

Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/673789459766125/

Tickets: https://www.iabilet.ro/bilete-moonspell-rotting-christ-at-quantic-pub-45261

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