MASTER To Release 'Slaves To Society' In April

Legendary death metal band MASTER will release its new album, entitled "Slaves to Society", on April 13, 2007 via Twilight-Vertrieb. More information regarding the CD will be made available soon.

As previously reported, MASTER has been added to the DERANGED European headlining tour, which is set to take place in May. The lineup for the trek is now as follows: DERANGED, MASTER, RESURRECTED, DEMONICAL and EPICEDIUM. So far the following shows have been booked, with more to follow:

May 01 - Berlin, GER @ Magnet Club
May 04 - Cottbus, GER @ Glad House

In addition, MASTER has booked the following shows during the coming months:

Jan. 20 - Bands Battle - Kufa Kufstein, Germany
Feb. 02 - Cork, Ireland - Cruiscan Lan
Feb. 03 - Dublin, Ireland - Eamon Dorans
Apr. 28 - GER - Walpurgis Metal Days


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