MASTER To Embark On 'Using And Abusing Europe' Tour In September

Legendary extreme metallers MASTER will embark on the "Using and Abusing Europe" tour in September. Support on the trek will come from Chicago's LIVIDITY and Los Angeles' IMPERIOUS REX. The dates are as follows:

Sep. 08 - Baroeg-Rotterdam - Rotterdam, Netherlands
Sep. 09 - Gigant - Apeldoom, Netherlands
Sep. 13 - The Old Angel - Nottingham, Uk
Sep. 14 - Bar Monsta - London, Uk
Sep. 15 - Frontline - Gent, Belgium
Sep. 18 - Rising South - Naples, Italy
Sep. 19 - Bike And Rock - Taranto, Italy
Sep. 20 - La Tanne Del Tigra - Macerata, Italy
Sep. 21 - Take Five - Bad Mitterndorf, Austria
Sep. 22 - Klub Mc - Maribor, Slovenia
Sep. 23 - Endorphin - Althofen, Austria
Sep. 24 - K 17 - Berlin, Germany
Sep. 28 - Battlezone - Zwickau, Germany
Sep. 29 - I Park (Bringer Of Death Festival) - Giebelstadt, Germany

Displeased Records recently announced that it will reissue the first two MASTER albums this fall. The group's full-length debut, "Master", will be released "the way it was meant to be," with the original untriggered drum recordings and including all guitar solos (some were missing on the Nuclear Blast version). "On the 7th day God Created Master" will include "some nice extras" as well. Both albums will be remastered for optimal experience.

MASTER's new album, "Slaves to Society", was released on May 11 via Twilight-Vertrieb. The CD was recorded at Shaark Studios in Bzenec, Czech Republic and features the following lineup:

Paul Speckmann - Bass/Vocals
Ales Nejezchleba - Guitars
Zdenek "Zdenal" Pradlovsky – Drums

Speckmann told BLABBERMOUTH.NET: "The album is filled with the hate-fueled and venomous fury of the one and only real MASTER. Accept none of these false imitators that seem to dominate the scene these days."


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