News•June 16, 2012 9:25 AM ET•1,576 views
Malignancy replaces drummer for tour of Europe
Official press release: Yonkers, NY based technical death metal band Malignancy is set to embark on a European tour this July in support of their upcoming full-length release Eugenics. Current drummer Mike Heller will not be able to attend due to the fact that he is currently fulfilling drum duties for Fear Factory up until the end of the year. Malignancy has enlisted Alex Cohen (Pyrrhon) to temporarily fill the position. "Alex Cohen is well versed in jazz and metal, he is the logical choice to get the job done," comments vocalist Danny Nelson. The Containment Breach Europe tour will pass through Extremefest, Obscene Extreme and Houten Deathfest with support from Cephalic Impurity. The tour will also cross paths with the Condemned European tour. 30/06 JC Enter - Houten, Holland - Houten Deathfest 01/07 Club TBA Italy 02/07 Nova Pekaren - Nitra, Slovakia 03/07 Brooklyn - Brno, Czech 04/07 Club TBA - Prague, Czech 05/07 Extremefest - St. Polten, Austria 06/07 Extremefest - Hunxe, Germany 07/07 Extremefest - Pratteln, switzerland 09/07 La Rumeur - Lille, France 10/07 De Rots - Antwerpen, Belgium 12/07 Obscene Extreme - Trutnov, Czech
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