SOILWORK Extend Contract With NUCLEAR BLAST

Sweden's SOILWORK have extended their contract with Nuclear Blast Records. The group will shortly begin work on the video for the song "Departure Plan" off their most recent CD, "Figure Number Five". A brand-new full-length album will likely be recorded before the end of the year for an early 2005 release. No further information is currently available.

Upcoming SOILWORK shows:

w/ ANTHRAX, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, EMBODIMENT:

Apr. 23 - Adelaide, AUS @ Heaven
Apr. 24 - Brisbane, AUS @ The Arena
Apr. 25 - Melbourne, AUS @ The Palace
Apr. 26 - Sydney, AUS @ The Metro
Apr. 27 – Sydney, AUS @ The Metro

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w/ DARK TRANQUILLITY:

May 01 – Nagoya, JPN @ Club Quattro
May 02 - Osaka, JPN @ Big Cat
May 03 - Tokyo, JPN @ Shibuya Ax

Festival appearances:

Jun. 10 - Aerodrome Fest - WR. Neustadt, AUT
Jul. 02 - With Full Force Fest – Lobnitz, GER
Jul. 17 - Tuska Fest – Helsinki, FIN

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