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Avant-garde metallers VULTURE INDUSTRIES and fellow Norwegian Experimental Black/Death Metallers SULPHUR have banded together to perform a series of dates later this month. Going by the name of “The Tower Falls Tour”, a reference to VULTURE INDUSTRIES last album “The Tower”, the tour will kick off with both bands appearing at the Phantoms of Pilsen Festival in the Czech Republic, before moving on to Germany, Hungary and Romania for six further shows. Routing as follows:

21 Oct: Phantoms Of Pilsen, Pilsen (CZ)
22 Oct: Festung, Bitterfeld (DE)
27 Oct: Supersonic, Budapest (HUN)
28 Oct: Casa de Cultura Studentilor, Craiove (RO)
29 Oct: Club Fabrica, Bucharest (RO)
30 Oct: Rock ‘N’ Iasi, Iasi (RO)
31 Oct: Daos Club, Timisoara, (RO)

With over a decade’s worth of live appearances, superb technical skills, and one of the most eccentric frontmen around in the shape of Bjørnar E. Nilsen, VULTURE INDUSTRIES’ highly theatrical on-stage performances never fail to earn the band scores of new followers wherever they play. Add to that three critically acclaimed albums and a series of collaborations in the fields of performance art and video, and you get a band that is always exciting and always has a surprise or two in store for their audience.


More information about VULTURE INDUSTRIES can be found on the band’s website at or on Facebook at

A video of VULTURE INDUSTRIES performing at the Kilkim Žaibu Festival can be seen below and at

With a lineup that includes current and former members of bands such as GORGOROTH, ENSLAVED, AETERNUS and VULTURE INDUSTRIES there is little doubt that SULPHUR has a pedigree that will ensure that fans coming to see the band live on stage will not be disappointed. “Omens of Doom”, SULPHUR’s second full-length album was released on Dark Essence Records earlier this year, and has garnered universal praise from fans and critics alike.


More information about SULPHUR can be found on the band’s Facebook page at

Fan-filmed footage of SULPHUR performing at Karmoygeddon Arctic Festival can be seen below and at