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Master Announces November Brazilian Tour Dates

Legendary death metal band MASTER recently returned home from the “Slaves To Society US tour.” With support from Ibex Moon recording artists, Dreaming Dead and Goreaphobia, the tour kicked off on July 2nd in New York City and ran through 19 cities before winding down on July 31st at the Central Illinois Metalfest in Urbana, IL. MASTER mainman Paul Speckmann comments on the tour from his home in the Czech Republic, "It was great to experience the American dream one more time. I had a great time once again meeting up with the many people that came to support the tour. It was cool to hook up with the many legends that graced us with their presence on tour including Chris Reifert from Autopsy, Joe Caper from Righteous Pigs, Jim Martinelli from Burnt Offering, Alex Olvera from Funeral Bitch, Sammy Duet and Ben Falgoust from Goatwhore and a of course Mark from Impetigo. These are the legends that keep the underground alive. It was an honor to work alongside Goreaphobia and Dreaming Dead as well. I'd like to thank Matt Bishop for booking the tour and of course the legendary John McEntee and his wife Jill of Ibex Moon Records for the support as always."

MASTER signed with Singapore's Pulverised Records earlier this year and are currently working on a new full-length (release date TBA). In the meantime, the band will embark on a Brazilian tour this November. Dates are shaping up as follows:

11/06/2009 Campinas/SP
11/07/2009 Sao Paulo/SP
11/08/2009 Santos/SP
11/13/2009 Cascavel/PR
11/14/2009 Joinville/SC
11/20/2009 Salvador/BA
11/21/2009 Fortaleza/CE
11/27/2009 Vitória/ES
11/28/2009 Rio de Janeiro/RJ

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