Averse Sefira will embark on their most extensive tour of Europe this fall alongside Gorgoroth and Hate.  Kicking off at John Dee’s in Oslo (home to the annual Inferno Fest) on October 16, the tour will make 32 stops before ending in Birmingham, England on November 29.  It will be the band’s first opportunity in many cities to meet fans they have accumulated since their inception in 1996.  “We are very pleased to join Gorgoroth in their crusade of terror and infamy,” said the band in a recent statement regarding the confirmation of the tour.  “This will be our largest incursion on the European continent and it is a great opportunity to bring chaos and perdition to so many regions.”

The tour is in continued support of the Austin-based trio’s latest album, Advent Parallax.  Released earlier this year the album was produced by Tore Stjerna (Watain, In Battle) and features original artwork from celebrated artist Jos A. Smith (Bathory).  On release the band toured the US with Rotting Christ and friends Immolation; their second tour of the country since signing with Candlelight Records.

Confirmed dates are noted below.

Oct 16 – John Dee, Oslo Norway

Oct 17 – Folken, Stavanger Norway

Oct 21 – Hella, Tampere Finland

Oct 22 – Travastia, Helsinki Finland

Oct 23 – Nomme Cult, Talinn Estonia

Oct 24 – Melna, Piekdiena Riga Latvia

Oct 25 – Mulen Ruzas, Vilnius Lithuania

Oct 27 – Exit Chmelnice, Praha Czech Republic

Oct 28 – Bogallo, Zagreb Slovakia

Oct 30 – Media Park, Ljubljana Slovenia

Oct 31 – SKC, Beograd Serbia

Nov 01 – Irish Music Pub, Cluj Napoca Romania

Nov 02 – Fabrika, Buccaresti Romania

Nov 04 – Black Box, Sofia Bulgaria

Nov 06 – Mylos Liebe, Thessaloniki Greece

Nov 07 – Gagarin 205, Athens Greece

Nov 09 – Circolo Degli, Roma Italy

Nov 11 – Espace Julien, Marseille France

Nov 12 – Salamandra, Barcelona Spain

Nov 13 – Ritmo & Kompass, Madrid Spain

Nov 14 – El Tren, Granada Spain

Nov 15 – Teattro Corroios, Lisban Portugal

Nov 16 – A, Vigo Spain

Nov 18 – Tunk, Irun Spain

Nov 19 – Camji, Niort France

Nov 21 – Button Factory, Dublin Ireland

Nov 22 – An Cuiscin, Cork Ireland

Nov 23 – The Limelight, Belfast Ireland

Nov 25 – Ivory Black, Glasgow Scotland

Nov 26 – Rock City, Nottingham England

Nov 27 – TJ’s Live Music, Newport England

Nov 28 – Rio’s, Leeds England

Nov 29 – The Asylum, Birmingham England

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