New Jersey's thrashing pirates SWASHBUCKLE have been added to this year's Paganfest Europe tour alongside KORPIKLAANI, UNLEASHED, ALESTORM, DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER and EX DEO. The trek kicks off on September 11 in Munich, Germany and concludes on October 3 in Linz, Austria.

"Cruise Ship Terror", the new video from SWASHBUCKLE, can be viewed below. The track comes off the band's Nuclear Blast debut, "Back To The Noose", which is scheduled for release on July 24.

Commented the band: "Arrg, legendary metal music video director David Brodsky (KATAKLYSM, ARSIS, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER) by chance caught us pirates in the act of looting and pillaging a fine vessel along the seas of the Atlantic. With nary a chance of escape, David bartered passage to dry land in exchange for rendering a motion picture tale of our nautical pilferings."

SWASHBUCKLE was one of three winners of last year's Nuclear Blast MySpace Bands Contest.

For more information, visit www.swashbuckle.info.


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