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Angelus Apatrida's New Album "Clockwork" Enters The Spanish Charts

Spanish thrash metallers Angelus Apatrida, who have just released their Century Media Records debut album “Clockwork” all over Europe, have cracked the official Spanish album charts by entering on #44.

The band commented on breaching the charts: "We are really excited about the entry of 'Clockwork' into the Spanish charts. It's fucking great to be the only representative metal band in the Spanish charts and go directly over those crappy pop musicians of our country. It’s the first time in history that a Spanish thrash metal band enters so high in the first week of release, so we are very proud of this album and this means a lot for us. Fuck yes!"

Angelus Apatrida will be touring Europe with Skeletonwitch and label mates Warbringer in August/September 2010. The currently confirmed dates are as follows:

29.08.10 Germany Saarbrücken @ Garage
30.08.10 Switzerland Luzern @ Schuur
31.08.10 Austria Salzburg @ Rockhouse
01.09.10 Slovenia Ljubljana @ Orto Bar
02.09.10 Austria Vienna @ Arena
03.09.10 Germany Bischofswerda @ Eastclub
04.09.10 Germany München @ Feierwerk
05.09.10 Czech Rep Prague @ Exit Chemlnice
06.09.10 Germany Berlin @ Magnet
07.09.10 Denmark Copenhagen @ The Rock
08.09.10 Germany Hamburg @ Hafenklang
09.09.10 Belgium Antwerpen @ Trix
10.09.10 Germany Essen @ Turock Fest
11.09.10 UK Birmingham @ O2 Academy
12.09.10 UK Colchester @ Arts Centre
13.09.10 UK Bristol @ The Croft
14.09.10 UK Glasgow @ Ivory Blacks
15.09.10 UK Newcastle upon Tyne @ O2 Academy
16.09.10 UK London @ Underworld
17.09.10 UK Plymouth @ White Rabbit
18.09.10 Netherlands Tilburg @ Extase, Incubate Festival

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