In February of 2015, in association with Zero Tolerance Magazine, UK progressive death metal titans De Profundis will be joining Finland’s masters of intense, melodic death metal, Omnium Gatherum on their Beyond UK Tour.
The tour will kick off in Glasgow on February 18th and blaze a path around the country, concluding in the capital on February 22nd. The two bands last toured together alongside Rotting Christ in 2011, building up a great relationship and putting on some electrifying shows.
With both bands currently hitting new creative peaks this tour is definitely one not to be missed, promising stunning musicianship, incredible songs, crushing heaviness and an overload of adrenaline every night.
The full list of dates is as follows…
February 18th – Glasgow – Audio
February 19th – Liverpool – The Magnet
February 20th – Brighton – Green Door Store
February 21st – Plymouth – Tiki Bar
February 22nd – London – The Black Heart
DE PROFUNDIS are currently finishing up work on their as yet untitled fourth album, the follow up to their Frequencies EP which was released earlier this year to great critical acclaim.
In other news the band have recently parted ways with their longstanding drummer Nick Tingle, who has been replaced by Tom Atherton (Carpathia, Phyrexia). Atherton stood in for De Profundis on their tour dates with MALEVOLENT CREATION and has now become a permanent member of the band. Speaking of the changes the band issued the following statement…
“Please join us in welcoming Tom to De Profundis and once again we would like to thank Nick for all his hard work and wish him all the best in his future endeavours. You will be missed but not forgotten.”
De Profundis have also signed a new management deal with Imperative PR to help guide them through what is set to be a busy and exciting 2015. Commenting o the deal the band said…
“We are proud to be working with Imperative PR and look forward to a great year ahead…it’s nice to be establishing a team of passionate and knowledgeable people who want success for De Profundis as much as we do.”