Reunited seminal grindcore/extreme metal outfit BRUTAL TRUTH has announced a number of European tour dates to follow up its performance at the Hole In The Sky Festival this weekend in Norway. In addition, the band will its live mini-album, "For Drug Crazed Grindfreaks Only!", reissued in October via Relapse. "For Drug Crazed Grindfreaks Only!" was originally recorded in New Zealand during what was to-be the band's last-ever tour in 1997.
BRUTAL TRUTH recently released its first new material in almost ten years via the "This Comp Kills Fascists" compilation. Released in July, the collection featured BRUTAL TRUTH among 13 other current, stand-out, grind bands.
BRUTAL TRUTH tour dates:
Aug. 29 - Bergen, Norway - Hole In The Sky
Aug. 30 - Magdeburg, Germany - Blow Up
Aug. 31 - Nottingham, UK - Rock City
Sep. 01 - Bristol, UK - The Croft
Sep. 02 - London, UK - Underworld
Sep. 03 - Helsinki, Finland - Nosturi
Sep. 04 - Meran, Italy - Jungle
Sep. 05 - Pinarella, Italy - Rock Planet
Sep. 06 - Rome, Italy - Ralalockness
Sep. 07 - Cremona, Italy - CSA Dordoni
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