Katatonia tour preview

Katatonia has just released their long awaited twelfth record, “Sky Void of Stars”. Before that, “City Burials” was released in 2020 and was a little bit under the radar because of the whole pandemic. Thankfully, finally the Twilight Burials Tour can take place and on the 17th of February, the tour has a date scheduled in The Netherlands. 

The name of the tour is a mixture of Katatonia’s “City Burials” and Sólstafir’s “Endless Twilight of Codependent Love”. The two powerhouses of melancholic doom combine their forces to bring us a chilly vibe on this cold winter’s night. 

As support, we get to see SOM, who released their latest record “The Shape of Everything” about a year ago. 

The only show set in The Netherlands, will be held in Haarlem, Patronaat. It can house 995 fans and the show is already sold out. Next to that, the tour will lead the bands through Poland, Germany, France, Norway, Denmark and more countries. For the full tour, check out the tour dates

Michael Brookhuis

Hi, my name is Michael, I'm from The Netherlands and next to writing here, I love writing about games, nature and art. My love for metal started around the age of sixteen, when the more mainstream bands like Evanescence, Within Temptation and Linkin Park were more of a thing and actually on the radio. Later on, my taste in music broadened and nowadays I listen to a lot of subgenres. From Power Metal like Sonata Arctica, symphonic like Ayreon, Doom like Draconian and more, I don’t think it would be easy to pin-point any specific sub-genre that would be my favorite. Lately my playlist consisted of Epica, Heilung, Katatonia, Dark Tranquillity, Nightwish, Kamelot and more, it all depends on my mood. But I think a lot of us feel the same way. Metal-Exposure for me is a group of same-minded individuals that through music have found a connection which makes us friends.

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