The Secret announce UK/European tour…

Italian black metal outfit The Secret have today announced a UK / European tour;

The tour follows upon the release of their fourth album ‘Agnus Dei’ back in November 2012 ( LTW review) which we described as “The Secret initially confine you, their sound is pure darkness; many will frankly describe this as a truly nasty piece of work, blasts of power drumming, the pace is frightening – however when played loud, the sound takes on an organic feel, it seeps into your pores and nourishes with shards of apocalyptic feedback and slabs of white noise.”

‘Agnus Dei’ was listed at #150 in the LTW Top 200 albums of 2012

The tour is double header, The Secret sharing billing with US extreme metal band Deafheaven

18th April Germany Karlsruhe @ Stadtmitte
19th April Belgium Durbuy @ Durbuy Rock Fest
20th April Rouen @ 106
21st April France Paris @ Le Fleche D’or
23rd April Germany München @ Feierwerk
24th April Italy Bologna @ Freakout
25th April Italy Milano @ Lo Fi Club
27th April Hungary Budapest @ Dürer Kert
29th April Germany Berlin @ Magnet
30th April Denmark Lyngby @ Templet

2nd May Sweden Stockholm @ IOGT-huset i Skarpnäck
4th May Holland Arnhem @ Willemeen
6th May UK Nottingham @ Rock City Basement  Tickets
7th May UK Glasgow @ Ivory Blacks Tickets
8th May UK Leeds @ The Library Tickets
9th May UK London @ O2 Academy Islington Tickets
10th May Germany Köln @ MTC

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