BURST To Enter Studio In Early 2005

Sweden's BURST are writing material for the follow-up to "Prey On Life" (Relapse) and they hope to enter the studio in early 2005 to begin recording the effort for a summer release.

In other news, Spanish label Throne Records will release the LP version of the CD "In Coveting Ways" in December. The album was originally released through the German label Chrome Saint Magnus.

BURST will finally venture into Europe for a more extensive tour in November. All the November dates are together with THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN and POISON THE WELL, and will stretch through large parts of mainland Europe.


Nov. 08 – Hamburg, GER @ Logo
Nov. 09 - Bochum, GER @ Matrix
Nov. 10 – Gronignen, NETH @ Vera
Nov. 11 – Utrecht, NETH @ Helling
Nov. 12 – Amsterdam, NETH @ Melkweg
Nov. 14 - Berlin, GER @ Magnet Club
Nov. 15 – Vienna, AUT @ Planet Music
Nov. 16 - Munich, GER @ Backstage
Nov. 17 – Zurich, SWI @ Abart
Nov. 18 – Turin, ITA @ Supermarket Club
Nov. 19 – Bologna, ITA @ Estragon Club
Nov. 20 – Vicenza, ITA @ Expo Live
Nov. 22 – Lausanne, FRA @ Romandie
Nov. 23 – Paris, FRA @ Trabeno
Nov. 24 – Brussels, BEL @ ABBox


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