ENSLAVED To Team Up With ZYKLON, 1349 For U.K. Tour

ENSLAVED will be teaming up with ZYKLON, 1349 and KEEP OF KALESSIN for a short U.K. tour in September. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Sep. 07 - Colchester Arts Centre - Colchester, UK
Sep. 08 - Corporation - Sheffield, UK
Sep. 09 - Garage - Glascow, UK

ENSLAVED's new album, "Ruun", is set for U.S. release on May 2, "Ruun", was recorded at Amper Studios in Olso and mastered at the Cutting Room in Sweden. The album follows the critically acclaimed "Isa" and represents the culmination of the band's 15 years together.

Candlelight will release a limited edition two-LP version of "Ruun" on June 27. Limited to 500 copies for direct U.S. distribution, it is sure to be a highly collectable piece for fans. The label recently issued "Return to Yggdrasil-Live In Bergen", the band's latest DVD release.


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