Polish death metal legends VADER released their debut album “The Ultimate Incantation” on November 16th, 1992. To celebrate this milestone, the band has announced special 25th Anniversary shows. See the details below.
The bands Frontman Piotr Wiwczarek stated:
“Vadermaniax, see below the dates of the 1st series of shows, celebrating the 25th anniversary of our debut album “The Ultimate Incantation”. On these shows we will play it entirely. More shows will be announced for the 2nd half of 2018, Enjoy!!!”
08.12.2017 – Iława / Iowa Music Bar
09.12.2017 – Słupsk / SOK
10.12.2017 – Olsztyn / Andergrand (special event)
15.12.2017 – Rzeszów / Live House
16.12.2017 – Łódź / Magnetofon
17.12.2017 – Skarżysko Kam. / Semafor
29.12.2017 – Bydgoszcz / Estrada
30.12.2017 – Szczecin / K4
Just recently VADER announced a new tour in Europe, with KREATOR, kicking off on January 11th in Lille, France. See below the full list of tour shows.
January 11 – Splendid, Lille (FR)
Janaury 12 – Cartonnerie, Reims (FR)
January 13 – Le 106, Rouen (FR)
January 14 – Le Rocher Palmer, Bordeaux (FR)
January 15 – Transbordeur, Lyon (FR)
January 16 – Docks, Lausanne (CH)
January 17 – Zona Roveri, Bologna (IT)
January 18 – Kino Siska, Ljubljana (SI)
January 19 – Hala Sportova, Berlgrade (RS)
January 20 – Principal Club Theater, Thessaloniki (GR)
January 21 – Pirateus 117 Academy, Athens (GR)
January 23 – MKC, Skopje (MK)
January 24 – Mixtape 5, Sofia (BG)
January 25 – Arenele Romane, Bucharest (RO)
January 26 – Barba Negra Music Club, Budapest (HU)
January 27 – Masters Of Rock Cafe, Zlin (CZ)
January 28 – Meetfactory, Prague (CZ)
VADER, released their crushing new album “The Empire” on November 4th 2016 via Nuclear Blast, and once again proved that their merciless riffs are made to unleash hell. Without doubt, “The Empire” falls under the category of VADER’s classic albums. The impressive monument that they have built with their 13th studio album immediately found its place in metal history and proves that VADER don’t need to make their peace with the world; they never did, and they certainly don’t now with “The Empire” – especially after writing more than 30 years’ worth of Death Metal history.
“The Empire” was recorded at Hertz Studios in Bialystok, Poland and produced by Wojtek and Slawek Wiesławski. The stunning cover artwork was created by Joe Petagno (Led Zeppelin, Motörhead, Sodom).