SCAR SYMMETRY: Still Alive And Kickin'

Sweden's SCAR SYMMETRY has issued the following update:

"Since there have been posts in the forum about what the hell we're up to at the moment, we'd like to take the opportunity letting you all know that we're still alive and kickin', despite the lack of posts lately. As goes for what the near future holds, there are a couple of spring festival appearances in the works and there is also talk about maybe doing a new tour in late spring. As soon as anything new has been confirmed, you will be able to read all about it here on the website. In the meantime we'd like to wish all you crazy maniacs a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!"

SCAR SYMMETRY's sophomore album, "Pitch Black Progress", was released earlier in the year via Nuclear Blast Records.


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