NUCLEAR ASSAULT To Embark On European Tour In June

Reunited New York thrashers NUCLEAR ASSAULT will embark on a European headlining tour beginning in late June.

Tentative dates are as follows:

Jun. 29 – UK @ TBA
Jun. 30 – UK @ TBA
Jul. 01 – Dublin, IRE @ Village
Jul. 02 – Glasgow, SCO @ Cathouse
Jul. 03 – Bradford, UK @ RIO
Jul. 04 – London, UK @ Underworld
Jul. 14 – Bergen, NOR @ Garage
Jul. 15 – Oslo, NOR @ Elm Street
Jul. 17 – Dour, BEL @ Dour Festival

NUCLEAR ASSAULT — vocalist/guitarist John Connelly, guitarist Erik Burke, bassist Danny Lilker and drummer Glenn Evans — recently commenced work on their first new studio album in 10 years at the studios of Timothy Koukos, head of Screaming Ferret Wreckords, in Manchester, New Hampshire. The as-yet-untitled effort will reportedly include brand new material as well as several cuts written by Connelly after the band first broke up in the early 1990s.


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