KILLSWITCH ENGAGE have posted the following message on their official web site:

"What an amazing time we had in Japan, it is almost like a second home to us at this point. The overwhelming respect given to bands there is frightening. So much love. There is no other place in the world like Japan... Land of Tofu and Robots, how can you go wrong with those credentials? Endless thanks to Koji at RR and Nambu for everything ... man, I wish the rest of the world ran as smooth as you guys made our trip. VERY DANGEROUS!

"Australia blew us away. Hands down some of the LOUDEST shows [KILLSWITCH ENGAGE] has played in a long time. The fans who came out made us feel right at home, it was amazing. We hope to go back as soon as possible. Saddle up some kangaroos ... 'momma I am coming home.' Special thanks to Bob and all at the RR office, you guys are the greatest!

"Finally to the bands on the 2 tours: It was like a dream come true playing with ANTHRAX, it was great to see that they were very down to earth guys. BURNT BY THE SUN: Our old buddies tore it up, cool to rock with them again. FATA: Most of [KILLSWITCH ENGAGE] was meeting them for the 1st time and instantly they became some of our favorite dudes to hang with. Our old buds SOILWORK: It was like a family reunion to see those guys again. Some of the best and coolest guys we know. Love you SOILWORK! Extra thanks to DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, EMBODIMENT, and all the others who were there. Rock N Roll."


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