VADER Set Working Title For New Album

Polish death metallers VADER have set "Spiritual Disease" as the working title for their sixth full-length album, tentatively due in May/June through Metal Blade Records.

The follow-up to 2002's "Revelations" will be recorded in February 2004 at PR Studio in Gdañsk with producer Piotr Lukaszewski and will mark the group's final release for Metal Blade under the terms of their present contract with the label.

In March 2004, VADER are going to invade Slovakia and Czech Republic, sharing the stage with HYPNOS and some local bands. A European tour with MALEVOLENT CREATION, NAGLFAR and BLOOD RED THRONE will follow in June.

VADER w/ HYPNOS (tentative dates):

Mar. 12 - Ostrava/Uherske Hradiste
Mar. 13 - Zabreh
Mar. 14 - Lomnice
Mar. 15 - Plzen
Mar. 16 - Praha
Mar. 17 - Brno
Mar. 18 - TBA
Mar. 19 - Martin-Vrutky
Mar. 20 - Uherske Hradiste/Ostrava


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