Polish death metallers LOST SOUL have just scooped a slot (alongside VADER, ROTTING CHRIST and ANOREXIA NERVOSA) on the entire Blitzkrieg III European tour which steamrollers through the continent between September 5 and October 23.LOST SOUL, who were originally only due to lay waste to their native Poland, are fired up about landing the entire jaunt. "It's killer news for all of us!" drummer Adam Sierzega said. "We are so happy about being a part of this year's Blitzkrieg 3 tour. Originally we were only doing the Polish leg of the tour, but now we know that LOST SOUL is going to play all the other European countries as well. It means almost 50 gigs almost everywhere in Europe! What can I say, it's really amazing!" Regarding sharing the stage every night with such a monstrous bill, Adam said, "It is a honor to open before such awesome bands as VADER, ROTTING CHRIST and ANOREXIA NERVOSA. I'm sure it's going to be insanity every night! We will give you the best we have to offer. The essence of dark and brutal music, the embodiment of extreme art. So, be there. Hell awaits! See you soon, brothers!!!"
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