THE EXPLOITED To Release New Studio Album Next Summer

THE EXPLOITED To Release New Studio Album Next Summer

British punk legends THE EXPLOITED are working on a new studio album for a summer 2015 release via Nuclear Blast. It will mark the band's first CD since singer Wattie Buchan suffered a heart attack on stage during THE EXPLOITED's concert on February 13 in Lisbon, Portugal during the "Tour Of Chaos" with HATEBREED and NAPALM DEATH.

Comments THE EXPLOITED: "It was very important for us that Wattie cures completely. Now he's recovered and we can go on working with new power.

"We're totally hooked to enter the studio to record new songs, and, of course, we're thrilled to play the upcoming live shows.

"Watch out / get ready, THE EXPLOITED is back — better than ever!"

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Founded in 1980 in Edinburgh by Wattie Buchan, THE EXPLOITED's last studio album, "Fuck The System", came out in 2003.


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