VILE To Reissue Debut, Embark On European Tour

Californian brutal death metallers VILE will re-release their much sought-after debut album, "Stench Of The Deceased" (originally issued in 1999), in February in a special package that will include three live tracks and a previously-unreleased song. The re-release will coincide with the group's European tour with MANGLED, INHUME, DISAVOWED, and SPAWN OF POSSESSION.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Feb. 21 - De Buze - Steenwijk, NETH
Feb. 22 - Perron 55 - Venlo, NETH
Feb. 23 - Black Pes - Prague, CZ (w/ INCANTATION)
Feb. 27 - Arena - Vienna, AUT
Mar. 01 - Kulturwerk - Sersee, SWI
Mar. 02 - L'usine - Geneva, SWI
Mar. 06 - L'astrobal - Orleans (Paris), FRA
Mar. 07 – TBA - Toulouse, FRA
Mar. 08 – TBA - Madrid, SPA
Mar. 09 - Le Son - Coimbra, POR
Mar. 11 - Le Koslow - Bordeaux, FRA
Mar. 12 - Le Balthazar - Marseille, FRA
Mar. 13 – TBA - Nancy, FRA
Mar. 15 - Trapman - Den Helder, NETH
Mar. 16 - 013 - Tilburg, NETH


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