FLOTSAM AND JETSAM Added To 'Thrash Domination' Japanese Tour

FLOTSAM AND JETSAM have been added to the upcoming "Thrash Domination 04" Japanese tour in September, according to a posting on the band's web site. Joining FLOTSAM AND JETSAM on the bill will be TESTAMENT, OVERKILL and DEATH ANGEL. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Sep. 24 - Osaka, JPN @ Namba Hatch
Sep. 25 - Tokyo, JPN @ Club Citta
Sep. 26 - Tokyo, JPN @ Club Citta

FLOTSAM AND JETSAM are currently writing material for their Crash Music Inc. debut and are tentatively planning on entering the studio in August for an early 2005 release. The new material is described by drummer Craig Nielsen as "leaps and bounds heavier than the last four records combined, definitely a return to the bands roots but still with some ambient surprises that break up all the speed riffing. There seems to be an inspired vibe going on in the writing process that is taking on a life of its own."


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