UNLEASHED: We Are Not Nazi Sympathizers!

Veteran Swedish death metallers UNLEASHED have rejected as "false" rumors that the members of the band are Nazi sympathizers.

The following is an official statement posted by the group on their web site at www.unleashed.nu:


"It has come to my knowledge that a few cowards out there are spreading false rumors about UNLEASHED. Rumors suggesting that the band and I are into 'right wing' politics.


"All UNLEASHED fans know this is dead false! To those of you who don't know us, I'd like to take the opportunity to declare that UNLEASHED praises nature, beast and man. Man....regardless of background, place of birth or color of the skin.

"It is my strongest belief that those individuals who are trying hard to badmouth UNLEASHED are themselves nazis, fascists or perhaps even KKK (this makes total sense, since they are Christians and probably hate our guts)! And if so, upon you all....... HELL IS UNLEASHED !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

"By the hammer of Thor, Johnny & UNLEASHED"


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