Doctor Midnight & The Mercy Cult abbr. DMTMC, the new Scandinavian metal band featuring Hans-Erik Dyvik Husby [ex Turbonegro], Tim Skold [ex Marilyn Manson, KMFDM, Shotgun Messiah], Anders Odden [ex Celtic Frost, Satyricon, Apoptygma Berzerk], Audun Stengel [ex Apoptygma Berzerk, The Kovenant] and David Husvik [ex Extol] are announcing their debut album will be released in early June on their new worldwide label, Season of Mist, home to artists such as the Dillinger Escape Plan, Christian Death, Morbid Angel, Mayhem and many more.
A single will be released on May 9th to coincide with the start of the European music festival season, with the full album being released on June 6th.

DMTMC will be playing major festival dates in Europe over the summer and so far has confirmed 5 festivals listed below.

May 14th: Metallsvenskan in Örebro, Sweden

June 17th: Metaltown Festival in Gothenburg, Sweden

June 30th: Peace & Love Festival in Borlänge, Sweden
July 7th: Getaway Rock Festival in Gävle, Sweden
July 14th: Slottsfjellfestivalen in Tønsberg, Norway
More information on the group along with photos and three short song samples from the upcoming album can be found on the band’s website,
DMTMC has also taken the fight to the following social media sites and urges you to join them in arms >>


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