Y’know a music genre that really makes me want to engage with others in a positive community and get together to enjoy fun music? Yeah, that’s right: black metal. Well, if you’re a fan of the genre living in Central Europe, have I got news for you! A European tour featuring DraconianHarikiri for the Sky and Sojourner is coming your way in 2019!

The ‘Sovereign Arsonists Tour’ will take place mid-January to early February 2019 (peak black metal season!). Harikiri for the Sky will co-headline this tour with Draconian in addition to their recently completed live dates in China. While Harikiri are still riding the wave of their excellent 2018 LP ArsonDraconian have teased the release of a new seventh studio album. Folk metal act Sojourner also released a new sophomore album this year, entitled The Shadowed Road. The confluence of these different bands and styles encompassing various pieces of black metal should make for a kick-ass tour.

All tour dates can be found below:

January 18th : Progresja Music Zone – Warsaw (Poland)
January 19th : Futurum – Prague (Czech Republic)
January 20th :Nuke Club – Berlin (Germany)
January 21st : Stengade – Copenhagen (Denmark)
January 22nd : Logo – Hamburg (Germany)
January 23rd : Turock – Essen (Germany)
January 24th : Hellraiser – Leipzig (Germany)
January 25th : MS Connexion Complex – Mannheim (Germany)
January 26th : Baroeg – Rotterdam (Netherlands)
January 27th : Kavka – Antwerpen (Belgium)
January 28th : Mergener Hof – Trier (Germany)
January 29th : Petit Bain – Paris (France)
January 30th : Sommercasino – Basel (Switserland)
January 31st : Dagda Live Club – Retorbido (Italy)
February 1st : Revolver – San Dona’ di Piave (VE) (Italy)
February 2nd : Szene – Vienna (Austria)

The tour is still a ways away, so please be sure to check the Facebook pages of DraconianHarikiri for the Sky, and Sojourner for more music and updates.

Jonce Palmer

Jonce Palmer

Everything Is Noise writer since the days of ItDjents. Active since June 2017. Current Spanish/Russian student at FSU. Lover of all things linguistic. Notable reviews include Tyler, the Creator, Chon, CityCop, END, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Champagne Colored Cars, IGLOOGHOST, and more.

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