UNLEASHED Promises 'Crushing New Setlist With A Few Surprises' On Upcoming European Tour
Swedish death metal veterans UNLEASHED have issued the following update:
"Friday, November 14 of is the start of the Hammer Battalion tour of Europe [with ONE MAN ARMY AND THE UNDEAD QUARTET and KRISIUN]. We are looking forward to meeting you all again and forming a number of local Hammer Battalions all over Europe just like we did in North America only a month ago. Get ready for a crushing new setlist with a few surprises from the old days as well as a good number of songs from the brand new album. Songs like 'Warriors Of Midgard', 'Your Childern Will Burn', 'In Victory Or Defeat' and 'Midvinterblot' are on the list, to name just a few."
As previously reported, UNLEASHED will team up with BELPHEGOR and DEVIAN for a tour of the Baltic States, dubbed Hammer Battalion North Tour 2009. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.
Fan-filmed video footage of UNLEASHED's October 7, 2008 concert at The Trocadero in Philadelphia Pennsylvania can be viewed below (clips uploaded by "nikkorz").
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