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Portuguese Tech-Death Metallers The Voynich Code Hit The UK!

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Rising Portuguese tech-death band THE VOYNICH CODE have announced a European headline tour in support of their anticipated debut full-length Aqua Vitae, coming 05.05.17 via Primordial Records.

Catch the band at the following shows, supported by Noise Trail Immersion:

17.05 – Milano, Italy – Circolo Svolta
18.05 – Brescia, Italy – Vecchia Scuola Pub
19.05 – Cordenons, Italy – Rock Town
20.05 – Celje, Slovenia – Bar Kaos (TBC)
21.05 – Budapest, Hungary – Durer Kert
22.05 – Prague, Czech Republic – Fatal Music Club
23.05 – Dresden, Germany – TBC
24.05 – Stuttgart, Germany – Hades Reutlingen
25.05 – Hamburg, Germany – TBC
26.05 – Tilburg, Netherlands – TBC
27.05 – Genk, Belgium – Flashback
28.05 – Northampton, UK – The Labour Club
29.05 – Brighton, UK – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
30.05 – Sheffield, UK – Mulberry Underground
31.05 – London, UK – The Black Heart

The Voynich Code are also playing two home release shows in support of the album:

May 6th – Porto, Portugal – Cave 45 w/Analepsy + Forbidden to Fly
May 7th – Lisbon, Portugal – Popular de Alvalade w/Analepsy + Fortune Teller

Watch the band’s last single “Delusion”, featuring Jake Luhrs of August Burns Red:

Pre-order Aqua Vitae here: https://goo.gl/NRQGDl

Named after the mysterious Voynich Manuscript, Portugal’s prime exponents of progressive technicality are a band starting to attract attention. Following the success of debut EP Ignotum, The Voynich Code are turning away from deathcore towards a more classic death metal sound.

Following an appearance at UK Tech-Metal Fest 2015, a home tour with Being As An Ocean, shows with Betraying the Martyrs and Desolated and over 300,000 views for previous lead single, “Antithesis”, the future is exciting for Portugal’s hottest new export!

The Voynich Code Tour dates

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