Megadath has announced a new seven-city trek in India in the coming weeks, starting with a concert at the Indian Embassy in London.
The trek, which marks the band’s first tour in the country since 2012, will include performances at venues in Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai.
“We will be performing at the Ambassador of India in London, and the London embassy has a special section for Indian music fans,” said the band in a statement.
“It’s a great honour for us to perform there in the Indian city of Mumbai.
We have been asked to give a show that is completely unique for Indian fans.”
The tour will begin with a gig at the British Embassy in the city’s Victoria Gardens, where the band will be accompanied by a large, live orchestra.
The band will then embark on a journey to the Kolkatta suburb of Bhubaneswar, where they will play three gigs.
The London concert, which starts on October 30, will also be a three-day event.
The Band’s new tour coincides with the launch of its new album, Megaduth, which was released on October 18.
The album, which features collaborations with Kode9 and Kode5, features seven tracks including the single “Door to Door,” which features on the album.
“Our new album is the first of a new trilogy, so I would like to thank the fans for the kind words,” Megadith’s Paul “Mash” Guevin said in a press release.
“The fans have been really kind and welcoming.
We hope you will enjoy the new album as much as we do.”
Megadoth have also shared a video of the tour, in which they are seen dancing to the hit track “Dollhouse.”
Megath’s last official concert in the UK was at the O2 Academy in London on February 21, 2018, and they have also released an album titled The Dark Age of Megadots that is scheduled to be released on November 5.
“I hope you enjoy the album,” Guevil said in the video.
“As long as you like to be in our music, we are just like you.”
The band’s last show in the United Kingdom was at Wembley Stadium on August 29, 2017.
The group has been touring India since 2012 and are now gearing up for a new set of shows.