Swedish death/thrashers RAISE HELL will team up with NECROPHOBIC and ORIGIN BLOOD for a European tour beginning late September. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Sep. 29 - Baroeg. Rotterdam, Netherlands
Sep. 30 - Dynamo Rock & Metal Cafe. Eindhoven, Netherlands
Oct. 01 - Theater Romein. Leeuwarden, Netherlands
Oct. 05 - Dynamo. Zürich, Switzerland
Oct. 06 - Kulturwerk 118. Sursee, Switzerland
Oct. 07 - K 17. Berlin, Germany
Oct. 08 - Metropolis. München, Germany
Oct. 09 - Klub MC. Pekarna, Slovenija
Oct. 11 - Endorphin. Althofen, Austria
Oct. 13 - AJZ Taalschock. Chemnitz, Germany
Oct. 14 - Live Factory. Adelsheim, Germany
Oct. 15 - Faust. Hannover, Germany

RAISE HELL's fourth album, "City of the Damned", was released in May via Black Lodge Records. The album was recorded at Sheepvalley Productions in Stockholm and was made available in both standard jewel case and digipack formats.

RAISE HELL's third album, "Wicked Is My Game", was released in 2002 through Nuclear Blast Records.


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