NAPALM DEATH, NASUM, ANAL CUNT and PIG DETROYER will be teaming up for the Extreme The Dojo VII tour of Japan in January.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Jan. 09 - Club Quattro – Osaka, JAP
Jan. 10 - Club Quattro – Nagoya, JAP
Jan. 12 - Club Quattro - Tokyo, JAP

In other NASUM-related news, the band's performance at Ungdomens Hus in Uppsala, Sweden on Monday (October 13) will be filmed by Swedish TV for a feature on the show "Studio Pop" later on this fall. Also appearing at the gig will be TRAGEDY (headliners) and DISPERFECT DAYS (support).

Upcoming NASUM shows in Sweden:

Oct. 13 – Uppsala, SWE @ Ungdomens Hus
Nov. 07 – Visby, SWE @ Shindig/Effes
Nov. 08 – Visby, SWE @ Roxy

As previously reported, NASUM recently upgraded their lineup from a trio to a quartet. Replacing bassist Jesper Liveröd, who exited the band in order to pursue Kerry King-approved noise-mongers BURST, was Jon "Elle" Lindkvist (VICTIMS, SAYYADENA). Also joining the outfit was REGURGUTATE guitarist Urban Skytt.


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