Vader announce EU/UK/Ireland tour dates for January 2022 with Marduk

Author Jad - 1.12.2021

2022 is set to be another riotous year for Polish legends Vader, having proven to the world that after almost 40 years of aural extremity, they are still a leading light in our scene. This summer they re-issued classic LP “De Profundis”, with latest studio album “Solitude In Madness” seeing the light of day in 2020. Finally, the death metal machine can bring some of it’s tracks live to our stages – in January 2022 Vader will travel to the UK and Ireland with Marduk for a run of brutal live performances, under the moniker the United Titans Tour 2022, as part of a wider European tour.

Vader stated:

VADERMANIAX!!! It’s a huge pleasure to announce the UNITED TITANS TOUR 2022 organized together with Massive Music and our friends form Marduk! This time we answer the call of the UK and Ireland, so we will bring a special set to the Islands \m/ However – more are to come real soon…Vader

Tickets for all shows are on sale now!

w/ Marduk
05.01.2022 – NL  Rotterdam, Baroeg
06.01.2022 – UK  London, The Garage
07.01.2022 – UK  Birmingham, Castle & Falcon
08.01.2022 – IE  Dublin, Opium
09.01.2022 – UK  Belfast, Limelight 2
10.01.2022 – UK  Glasgow, Slay
11.01.2022 – UK  Manchester, Rebellion
12.01.2022 – UK  Bristol, The Fleece       
14.01.2022 – DE  Weinheim, Central Cafe
15.01.2022 – DE  Cologne, Club Volta
16.01.2022 – DE  Osnabruck, Bastard
17.01.2022 – NL  Helmond, Cacao Fabriek

Purchase Vader‘s latest album “Solitude In Madness” HERE

Purchase the recent re-issue of their classic album “De Profundis” here:

“Solitude In Madness” was released on May 1st 2020. Vader went outside of their comfort zone, headling to Grindstone Studios in Suffolk, UK where the band teamed up with one-stop-shop Scott Atkins to engineer, produce, mix, and master for four weeks in summer 2019. The album artwork was created by death metal cover legend Wes Benscoter (Autopsy, Cattle Decapitation).

2020 also marked the 25th anniversary of Vader‘s classic and much sought-after 2nd album “De Profundis” (first released 1995 in Poland), which hadn’t been properly available in physical form in about two decades. It is regarded by many fans as one of the best albums in the band’s catalogue. 

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Formed in 1983 in North Eastern Poland, Vader areone of the longest running bands in the history of extreme metal. Since their 1992 debut album “The Ultimate Incantation”, they’ve become a major force in the death metal scene – touring relentlessly, with over 2000 shows around the world and playing almost every metal festival from Wacken to Hellfest and beyond. Their latest album “Solitude In Madness” (2020) climbed up to #2 in the National Polish album charts but their first breakthrough success already happened with their second album “De Profundis”which was first released in Poland in 1995, and in 1996 in Europe and the US.