Gothenburg rockers Bombus reveal details of their next album and an upcoming support tour with Clutch.

After a series of tour dates across the world with Graveyard and Monster Magnet, plus several festival appearances including Download (UK), ROck AM Ring, and Tuska, the user-friendly Bombus returned to the studio to record their third release. Repeat Until Death is their follow-up to the critically acclaimed 2013 release, The Poet And The Parrot.

With the recording process finished, the band is now looking forward to touring again in 2015. They will kick things off opening for Clutch on a series of dates across Europe and the UK in December. The new album, mastered by Jens Borgen (Opeth, Amon Amarth, Arch Enemy, etc.), is scheduled for release in February 2016 on Century Media Records. This album also marks the addition of their new bass player, Ola Henriksson (ex-Witchcraft, ex-Troubled Horse).

After releasing The Poet and the Parrot, Bombus followed with a tour supporting Graveyard across North America, their first time in the USA. Though they had little in the way of press preceding the tour, it was deemed a success after each date as fans in each city devoured their rambunctious set. The band also produced a series of videos supporting the album with tracks for “Apparatus,” “Let Her Die,” and “Enter The Night” that showcased the brooding artistic side of their music.

Bombus hits the road with Clutch at these dates:
01-Dec-2015 Voxhall, Aarhus, Denmark
02-Dec-2015 Tragarn, Goteborg, Sweden
03-Dec-2015 Medis, Stockholm, Sweden
04-Dec-2015 Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
05-Dec-2015 Astra, Berlin, Germany
06-Dec-2015 Batschkapp, Frankfurt, Germany
08-Dec-2015 Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
10-Dec-2015 Ritz, Manchester, UK
11-Dec-2015 Wulfrunhall, Wolverhampton, UK
12-Dec-2015 Shepards Bush Empire, London, UK

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