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Canadian metal band WILT announces tour dates

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Central Canadian black metal duo, WILT have announced a string of tour dates that come in advance of the limited edition vinyl release of their self-titled debut album.

Originally released in October of last year as a digital download, Wilt is now being offered as a 180 gram white vinyl 12-inch. This one-time only pressing is strictly limited to 300 copies and available for pre-order at http://wiltmanitoba.bandcamp.com. Purchase of the vinyl edition comes with an immediate download of the album.

WILT tour dates are as follows:

March 30th – Rudolph Rocker – Winnipeg, MB
April 5th – Interurban Art Gallery – Vancouver, BC
April 6th – Dickens – Calgary, AB
April 7th – DV8 – Edmonton, AB
April 8th – Lydias – Saskatoon, SK
April 9th – The Elephant Room – Brandon, MB

Black metal may have never sounded so dark and deprived. The album takes you on a visceral journey into your mind and into the crevices of the Earth. With influences rooting from Agalloch, Winterfylleth, Woods Of Ypres, WITTR, Altar Of Plagues, and many more, they hinder their own true and unique sound, moving beyond any regional comparison, and gnawing a distinct withered mark upon the genre of black metal.

This four track EP runs just shy of 30 minutes. Artwork comes courtesy of Sam Nelson and the logo was done by The Lord of Logos, Christophe Szpajdel. Dan Lowndes handled mastering duties.

Wilt was unearthed in the winters of 2010. Founded by Jordan Dorge, later recruited Brett goodchild to capture Jordan’s vision. Experience Wilt, dark deprived black metal in its truest form hailing from the frozen prairies of Central Canada, Wilt intends to take you on a journey into the depths of your soul and every crevice of the earth.

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