|Date||From 23 February 2013 To 23 February 2013|
|Address||Gramercy Theatre, 127 E 23rd St, New York, NY 10010, United States|
Marduk are a black metal band hailing from Norrkoping in Sweden - and they are a truly fearsome presence live onstage.
Their name is derived from the late-generation god from ancient Mesopotamia, who was the patron deity of the city of Babylon.
Formed back in 1990, they released their debut album - which was entitled Dark Endless - two years later.
They have been remarkably prolific - and last year's Serpent Sermon album is their 12th full-length studio effort.
On February 23rd, the band is set to travel to New York to play a gig at the city's Gramercy Theatre.
Entry costs just $20 plus an additional $9 of booking fees - and support comes from underground Portuguese metallers Moonspell.
Visitors to the Big Apple who are hoping to catch the show might want to consider booking rooms at the Millennium Broadway Hotel New York, which is a ten-minute drive from the venue.
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