TOKYO BLADE: 'Live In Germany' Artwork Unveiled

Reactivated NWOBHM legends TOKYO BLADE will release the "Live In Germany" CD and DVD on October 27 through Razar Ice Records. The effort was recorded last November at the Keep It True festival in Würzburg, Germany during the band's "Die By The Sword" tour.

"Live In Germany" was mixed and mastered by Sid Garcia at Sight 16 Studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The DVD will contain bonus material, including tour rehearsal, candid footage with the band and additional live songs from throughout the 2008 tour.

"Live In Germany" track listing:

01. Intro - The Killer
02. Lovestruck
03. Lightning Strikes
04. Midnight Rendezvous
05. Death On Main St.
06. Dead Of The Night
07. Attack, Attack
08. Monkeys Blood
09. Long Live Rock and Roll
10. If Heaven Is Hell
11. Night Of The Blade

Bonus tracks:

12. Someone To Love *
13. Blackhearts and Jaded Spades *
14. Unleash The Beast *

Check out the cover artwork below.

TOKYO BLADE's "Reign Of The Blade Tour" dates:

Oct. 16 - De Rots - Antwerpen, Belgium
Oct. 17 - Ages of Metal Festival - Oostrozebeke, Belgium
Oct. 18 - Pacific Rock Cergy - Paris, France
Oct. 23 - Heavy Metal Maniacs Festival - Hoorn, Holland
Oct. 24 - De Piek – Vlissingen – Holland
Oct. 25 - Musikbunker - Aachen, Germany
Oct. 26 - Z7 Konzertfabrik - Pratteln, Switzerland
Oct. 28 - Magazinet - Kristianstad, Sweden
Oct. 30 - Rockland - Sala, Sweden
Oct. 31 - Zaragon - Jönköping, Sweden



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