Long-running Canadian thrashers ANNIHILATOR will be opening for JUDAS PRIEST at select dates on the British heavy metal legends' upcoming European tour. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Jun. 02 – Leipzig, GER @ Haus Auensee
Jun. 06 - Frauenfeld, SWI @ Festhalle Rüegerholz
Jun. 08 – Berlin, GER @ Arena Berlin
Jun. 13 – Oberhausen, GER @ König-Pilsener-Arena
Jun. 14 – Prague, CZR @ T-Mobile Arena

ANNIHILATOR, who recently announced the addition of bassist Sandor de Bretan and drummer Rob Falzano to the group's ranks, are scheduled to release their new album, "All For You", on May 24 through Germany's AFM Records. A five-song EP, entitled "The One", has just been issued containing two bonus video clips.

"All For You" marks the recording debut with the group of new singer Dave Padden, who replaced previous vocalist Joe Comeau last June.


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