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Survive

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Below is our complete Survive news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Survive Featured On Motorhead Tribute

Tokyo thrash group Survive will be featured on an impending Motorhead tribute album, set to be released on December 28th via Straight Up Records. The tribute is in honour of Lemmy Kilmister, who passed on that day a year ago.

Comments Nemo, Survives guitarist and vocalist: "I am proud that we could cover 'Burner' for this memorial service to Motorhead and Lemmy Kilmister, who we love and always will. I definitely hope you to listen to this work." More...

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Survive Announces "Human Misery" Tour

Tokyo, Jppan based thrash group Survive just announced a new tour taking place in support of latest album "Human Misery." The tour kicks off on December 9th in Kobe and runs through early 2017.

Comments the band: "We're excited for this tour and cannot wait to come to your town to play some asskicking thrash! Get ready and see you soon!" More...

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Asia Metal Festival 2011 Recap

Another edition of Asia Metal Festival went off this past weekend in Seoul, South Korea, bringing together extreme metal bands from all parts of the metal spectrum hailing from the host nation, Japan, Taiwan, and the U.K.

Roughly 600 fans, largely from South Korea but also with a large ex-pat contingent from the U.S., Canada, and all over Europe, turned up for the event in raucous anticipation of headliner Napalm Death’s first appearance on Korean soil.

Seoul melodic death metal act Terrormight kicked off the evening, or rather late afternoon with the festival’s 4:30 start time. The five piece band took full advantage of their 25-minute time slot, showcasing their rich, early-era In Flames sound with a keyboardist adding some rich underlying textures. Many punters showed up early and were ready to expend some energy, head banging enthusiastically at the front of the stage at V Hall in the city’s Hongdae District, an area filled with restaurants, bars, and drunken revelers of all ages. More...

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