UNLEASHED Is 'Ready To Bang Heads'

Swedish death metal legends UNLEASHED have posted the following message on their official web site:

"Very soon UNLEASHED will attack the shores of Europe on the long-awaited 'Masters of Death' tour. Together with the warriors of Europe we will crush the souls of those who disbelieve... Get ready for songs like 'Never Ending Hate', 'To Asgaard We Fly', 'Death Metal Victory' and 'In Victory or Defeat', among many others. We expect nothing but the very loudest deathbangers on the face of the earth!!! You better believe UNLEASHED are ready to bang heads..."

UNLEASHED's "Masters of Death" tour with GRAVE, DISMEMBER, ENTOMBED and EXTERMINATOR is scheduled to kick off November 3 in Leeuwarden, Netherlands.

UNLEASHED's eighth full-length album, "Midvinterblot" was released in the U.S. on October 10 via SPV Records. The band will embark on a North American headlining tour in February/March, with KRISIUN, BELPHEGOR and HATESPHERE supporting.


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