LOCKUP: Live Album To Receive Japanese Release In March

Toy's Factory Records has set a March 24 Japanese release date for the LOCKUP live album, "Live In Japan".

"Live In Japan" was recorded at Club Quattro in Nagoya, Japan on June 28, 2002 and features the following lineup:

Shane Embury (NAPALM DEATH) - Bass
Jesse Pintado (NAPALM DEATH) - Guitars
Thomas Lindberg (ex-AT THE GATES, THE CROWN) - Vocals
Nick Barker (ex-DIMMU BORGIR, CRADLE OF FILTH) - Drums

"Live In Japan" track listing:

01. Intro
02. Feeding The Opiate
03. Castrate The Wreckage
04. Violent Reprisal
05. Detestation
06. After Life In Purgatory
07. Triple Six Suck Angels
08. Slaughterous Way
09. Submission
10. Hate Breeds Suffering
11. The Dream Are Sacrificed
12. Leech Eclipse
13. Broken World
14. Delirium
15. Jesus Virus
16. Horns Of Venus
17. Tragic Faith
18. Slow Bleed Gorgon / Pleasure Pave Seweres
19. Fake Somebody (Real Nobody)
20. Cascade Leviathan

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