BURST Albums To Be Released On Deluxe Double LP

BURST's "Origo" and "Prey On Life" albums will be released on a deluxe double LP by Holland's Garden of Exile Records. Garden of Exile previously released an extremely limited BURST split 7" with THE OCEAN.

As previously reported, BURST have been honored with the prestigious "P3 Guld" award for their critically acclaimed album "Origo" in the "Best Rock/Metal Album Of The Year" category. Also nominated in this category were OPETH, THE HELLACOPTERS, and GRAND MAGUS, among others. The "P3 Guld" award comes from youth station P3 on Swedish National Radio and is among the largest media outlets in the country.

"Origo" will see its long-awaited North American release on February 7.

BURST will kick off a headlining tour (their first since supporting OPETH in the winter) on February 14 in Glasgow.


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