Continuing to support their 2016 Unique Leader debut In the Name of Chaos, Swiss death metal group OMOPHAGIA have announced that they will be taking part in this year’s “Atonement II” European tour alongside the mighty Immolation, Full of Hell, and Monument of Misanthropy. The tour, which features OMOPHAGIA from the 15th – 27th of March, will see this devastating lineup crushing audiences throughout a large portion of mainland Europe.
OMOPHAGIA w/ Immolation, Full of Hell, and Monument of Misanthropy
3/15 Warszawa, POL @ Proxima
3/16 Lodz, POL @ Magnetofon
3/17 Bielsko-Biala, POL @ Rudeboy
3/18 Vienna, AUT @ Viper Room
3/19 Bologna, ITA @ Freakout
3/21 Bilbao, SP @ Santana 27
3/22 Porto, POR @ Hard Club
3/23 Madrid, SP @ Nazca
3/24 Lisbon, POR @ RCA Club
3/25 Sevilla, SP @ Custom
3/26 Valencia, SP @ Rock City
3/27 Barcelona, SP @ Razzmatazz 2
OMOPHAGIA will be entering the studio later this year to record their second release for Unique Leader and follow up to 2016’s In the Name of Chaos. More news very soon.
OMOPHAGIA will continue to crush audiences throughout Europe with appearances at this year’s Metal Days Festival in Slovenia and Grabbenacht Fest in Schriesheim Germany alongside such heavy metal giants as Judas Priest, Behemoth, Watain, Cannibal Corpse, Ingested, Shining, and Teethgrinder.
OMOPHAGIA, a name relating to the consumption of raw flesh, unleashed their eleven-track, sophomore release and Unique Leader debut, “In The Name Of Chaos”, on April 15th, 2016. The record was tracked at the band’s own studio in Switzerland, mixed and mastered at Hertz Studio in Poland (Decapitated, Vader, Behemoth, Hate etc.) and proved to be their fastest, heaviest and most brutal output to date.
“In The Name Of Chaos is a high-speed release that covers a ton of ground almost breathlessly, and does so in a joyously demented fashion.” – No Clean Singing
“Omophagia have the full package, and In the Name of Chaos is one of the more fully-rounded Death Metal releases I’ve heard of late. Very highly recommended.” – Wonderbox Metal
“It’s intense, visceral, and sure to leave your head spinning after the first playthrough.” – Dead Rhetoric