Dungeon synth artist Mortiis is set to tour North America later this year, performing his seminal 1993 album Født Til Å Herske in full. The tour will kick off on September 4 in Baltimore, MD, and conclude on September 28 in Atlanta, GA. Support acts include Sombre Arcane (September 4-17), Malfet (September 14-28), and special appearances by Fogweaver in Denver, CO, Mesa, AZ, and Albuquerque, NM. Tickets are available at this location.

Mortiis comments:

“The dungeons are calling! I’ll be touring the US in September, for the first time since the world fell apart, about four years ago. This time, we’re traveling even further into the past, and I’ll be playing my first album, 1993’s ‘Født Til Å Herske.’ With the exception of two exclusive shows in Portland last year, this is the first time I’m performing this album live in the U.S. I’ve re-created and enhanced the music and sounds on this album, so expect some wall-shaking sonics on this tour. Touring partners will be Sombre Arcane on the first half of the tour, and Malfet on the second. I’ve worked with both in the past, and I know they’ll deliver a great show, and we’re also working on other guests for the tour, so stay tuned for more news.”

Tour Dates:

09/04 Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery*
09/05 Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz*
09/06 Boston, MA @ Sonia*
09/07 Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie*
09/08 New York, NY @ Le Poisson Rouge*
09/09 Pittsburgh, PA @ Preserving Underground*
09/10 Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary*
09/11 Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s*
09/12 St. Paul, MN @ White Rock Lounge*
09/13 Lincoln, NE @ 1867 Bar*
09/14 Denver, CO @ The Oriental*^#
09/17 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon*^
09/18 Eugene, OR @ John Henry’s^
09/19 San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge^
09/20 San Diego, CA @ Brick by Brick^
09/21 Los Angeles, CA @ Lodge Room^
09/24 Haltom City, TX @ Haltom Theater^
09/25 Austin, TX @ Come and Take It Live^
09/26 Houston, TX @ Black Magic^
09/27 New Orleans, LA @ The Goat^
09/28 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (Altar)^
* w/ Sombre Arcane ^ w/ Malfet # w/ Fogweaver

Feature Image Photo Credit: Peter Beste