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Vader To Record New Album, Announces New Tour Plans

Polish act Vader has announced the band will soon begin work on the follow-up to "Welcome to the Morbid Reich" (reviewed here), which is currently titled "Straight to Hell." The band comments:

"Summer and the festival season is almost over. Concerts on the Fist Full of Metal in Germany crowns the promotion of the album 'Welcome To The Morbid Reich' on the European continent.

"With Vader's last record we're gonna move to Australia/New Zealand (at the end of October), China, Taiwan and - again - South America (in November) and finaly to the USA in early Spring 2013.

"Before we'll start working on the next record (under the title 'Straight To Hell'), we're gonna remind Vader's 3rd album 'Black To The Blind' from 1997 as a whole! The tour named BACK TO THE BLACK will include - besides the mentioned record - quite many different songs from a variety of albums on the 70 min. long set.

"We start in December in Poland and Czech Republic. At the beginning of 2013 we will tour with the same set on Western Europe, Scandinavia and Baltic lands too. More details soon! Stay in tune, stay Vader'ized!"

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1. silvermountains writes:

Welcome to the Morbid Reich was a fantastic album
I am stoaked to hear theres a new album in the works.
Hope they tour the US again sometime

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2. Volff_Monn writes:

Looking forward to it. I always enjoy a new Vader record!

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