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Persistense Issues Band Activity Update

Persistense has checked in with the following update about new live shows and working on new material:

"Wow! It looks like 2011 will be a great year for us! We already have a lot of shows confirmed and there will be more to follow. First we'll play a show in January together with our good friends Archaic Averno. It's been a while since we've had our last gig with them so we're looking forward to share the stage again.

"In February we team up with Lunarsphere and New World Depression to play three shows in Germany. Both Lunarsphere and New World Depression have become good friends of ours and we're very thankful for the opportunity they give us to play in Germany. The first show of that mini-tour will be in Neuenkirchen, a village close to Emsdetten where we played last December. We had a great time over there and we hope to see all those true metalpeople again! The next day we move on to Hamburg to play at the Bambi Galore. The last day of the mini-tour we'll play a show on a boat on the Weser river in Bremen.

"In April we'll support Bitch (US) and Anger As Art (US) on their tour in Holland. Three dates are already confirmed and some more will follow. We also have set one date in Oktober. We play at the Metal Against Child Cancer festival in Belgium.

"Besides all the gigs we're still working very hard on our next album. The songs are getting shape more and more and we hope to release an album which surpasses our debut album In blood And Heart. The album will be released by Deity Down Records again and for now it looks like the release date will be set somewhere at the end of the year."

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