After the completion of their album Necromandus were chosen to be one of the support acts on a major U.K. Black Sabbath tour. They followed this with their own tour during which their performance at the Casino in Blackpool was privately recorded. This recording became available for the first time 32 years later!
In August 1973 Necromandus appeared at the Kendal Rock Festival. Another local band Olly Alcock's England were also on the bill which was headed by the Groundhogs.
They also sold out Whitehaven Civic Hall filling 400 seats with as many again standing at the back and sides.
Unfortunately for Necromandus, Sabbath were at their peak at this time and spent much of their time in the USA. This meant that Tony was not around to push for their album to be released and the date kept getting put back.
Towards the end of 1973 Baz Dunnery decided to leave the band which took away an important component of their sound. This caused Vertigo to shelve the album which finally saw the light of day over 20 years later.
An album of alternate versions and a live track was also released recently called "Necrothology"
All three Necromandus CDs are available from specialist dealers.