ARTILLERY: New Tour Dates Announced

Danish thrash metal veterans ARTILLERY have scheduled the following dates:

Feb. 20 - Oostende Festival - Ostendfest, Belgium
Mar. 27 - Ramfest - Albertslund, Denmark
April 09 - Slagelse Musikhus - Slagelse, Denmark
Apr. 10 - Kansas City - Odense, Denmark
Apr. 16 - Loppen - Copenhagen, Denmark
May 07 - Walpurgis Metal Days - Hauzenberg, Germany
May 22 - Rock Hard Festival - Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Sep. 04 - Thrash Metal Assault Festival Månen - Haderslev, Denmark

"10.000 Devils", the latest video from ARTILLERY, can be viewed below. The track comes off the band's fifth album, "When Death Comes", which was released in Europe on June 15, 2009 (via Metal Mind Productions) and in Japan on July 23, 2009 (King Records). The CD, which was issued in North America on August 11 (through MVD), was recorded at Medley Studios in Copenhagen with producer Søren Andersen (guitar player in Oliver Weers' solo band).

Regarding the band's producer choice, guitarist Michael Stützer previously said, "We don't wanna use the same producers like all the other Danish metal bands and Søren has done the production of metal newcomer OLIVER WEERS' new record."

Metal Mind Productions released "One Foot in the Grave, The Other One in the Trash" on June 16, 2008 in Europe and August 5, 2008 in the USA (via MVD). According to a press release, the DVD features "a fantastic gig the thrash veterans gave at Metalmania Festival 2008. The outstanding guitar play of brothers Stützer, charismatic Carsten Nielsen's powerful drums and the uncompromising thrash energy of Søren Adamsen's voice ruthlessly hammered their way into the hearts of the headbangers assambled on that occasion.


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