NUCLEAR ASSAULT: Portland, Seattle Dates Cancelled

NUCLEAR ASSAULT's previously announced dates in Portland and Seattle (Sept. 23-24) have been cancelled. The band will make up the shows at some later date; they apologize for any inconvenience.

As previously reported, NUCLEAR ASSAULT will headline the Gates of Hell 2005 festival at The Reverb in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on September 17. Also scheduled to perform at the festival are ANVIL, RAZOR, DREAMS OF DAMNATION, ILEDRIVER, ESCHATUS, ECLIPSE ETERNAL and DEAD OF WINTER.

NUCLEAR ASSAULT's latest studio album, "Third World Genocide", was released last month via SPV/Steamhammer Records. The group's first collection of new material in ten years is said to be "a rich blend of NUCLEAR ASSAULT's lethal, politically conscious metal and songs showcasing the band's wicked sense of humor."


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