Heavy Artillery Records, in cooperation with Spiritual Beast Records, has announced the first-ever Japanese dates by Swedish metal powerhouse ENFORCER.
ENFORCER will perform two Japanese shows with support from fellow Swedes MEAN STREAK and Japanese metal masters SOLITUDE:
Jan. 28 - Osaka, Japan - Shinsaibashi Club Quattro
Jan. 30 - Tokyo, Japan - Daikanyama UNIT
ENFORCER recently finished filming a new music video for the song "Midnight Vice" in Stockholm, Sweden. The clip was shot with famed director Patric Ullaeus (DIMMU BORGIR, IN FLAMES, SONIC SYNDICATE) and sees the bandmembers doing what they do best — rocking out in a typical Swedish bar and around the city of Stockholm.
"Midnight Vice" comes off ENFORCER's new album, "Diamonds", which came out this past spring.
Having released its debut album, "Into the Night", in November 2008, ENFORCER kicked open the floodgates for the return of traditional heavy metal, paving the way for many other young bands to follow. With critical acclaim pouring in from fans and the international music press, ENFORCER wasted no time taking their show to the road for their first European and American tours as well as a litany of appearances at many of Europe's most highly regarded festivals.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/enforcerswe.
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