PRIMAL FEAR Change Album Title, Announce European Tour

September 26, 2003

German power metallers PRIMAL FEAR have changed the title of their forthcoming studio CD to "Devil's Ground" from the previously announced "In Metal". The band will enter the studio on Tuesday (September 30) to begin recording the effort for a February 23, 2004 release through Nuclear Blast Records (JVC/Victor in Japan).

The tentative track listing for "Devil's Ground" is as follows:

01. Metal Is Forever
02. Suicide And Mania
03. The Healer
04. Visions Of Fate
05. Colony 13
06. Heart Of The Brave
07. Sea Of Fleames
08. In Metal
09. Wings Of Desire
10. Soulchaser
11. Sacred Illusion

PRIMAL FEAR will also lay down a "mystery" cover version, which will likely be released as a bonus track. A video clip for the track "Metal Is Forever" is tentatively scheduled to be shot in mid-November.

In other news, PRIMAL FEAR, BRAINSTORM and ROB ROCK'S RAGE OF CREATION will be teaming up for a European tour in March 2004.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Mar. 03 - Hamburg, GER @ Markthalle (t.b.c.)
Mar. 04 - Hardenberg, NETH @ Podium
Mar. 05 - London, UK @ Scala
Mar. 06 - Wolverhampton, UK @ Wulfrun Hall
Mar. 08 - Bochum, GER @ Zeche
Mar. 09 - Paris, FRA @ La Locomotive
Mar. 11 - Madrid, SPA @ Aqualung
Mar. 12 - Murcia, SPA @ Gamma
Mar. 13. - Barcelona, SPA @ Razzmatazz II
Mar. 14 - Bergara, SPA @ Sala Jam
Mar. 16 - Pratteln, SWI @ Z7
Mar. 17 - Mailand, ITA @ Transilvania
Mar. 19 - Budapest, HUN @ Petöfi Hall
Mar. 20 - Ljublijana, SLO @ Prinskov
Mar. 21 - Nürnberg, GER @ Hirsch
Mar. 23 - Frankfurt, GER @ Batschkapp
Mar. 24 - Stuttgart, GER @ LKA
Mar. 25 - Straßbourg, FRA @ La Laiterie
Mar. 26 - Antwerpen, BEL @ Hof Ter Lo
Mar. 27 - Kaufbeuren, GER @ Zeppelinhalle

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