NUCLEAR ASSAULT To Launch U.S. Tour In Support Of 'Alive Again'

Reunited New York thrashers NUCLEAR ASSAULT have set "Alive Again" as the title for their upcoming live album, due shortly through the Screaming Ferret Wreckords label. The upcoming CD, which represents NUCLEAR ASSAULT's first release in over nine years, will be supported by a world tour, with confirmed dates in the U.S from end of January until late March. A tour of Texas and the West Coast will take place between Jan. 22 and Feb. 8, and will include stops in such cities as Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Ana, San Francisco, Portland, and Seattle. In addition, the band is planning to do several Northeast dates as a warm-up for the tour. April through late spring 2003 we will see the band returning to European shores on the "No Mercy/Easter Festivals 2003", packaged with TESTAMENT, DARKANE, MARDUK and PRO-PAIN.

For more information on NUCLEAR ASSAULT, visit the group's official web site at this location.


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