SOILWORK Will NOT Headline Europe's X-MAS FESTIVALS Tour

Despite Nuclear Blast Records' announcement to the contrary, Sweden's SOILWORK has **NOT** been confirmed as the headliner of the X-mas Festivals tour, which is scheduled to kick off early December. A representative for SOILWORK's Sweden-based booking agency, The Agency Group AB, told BLABBERMOUTH.NET earlier today, SOILWORK "was approached" about taking part in the tour but was "unable to do it." It is not presently clear who will headline the trek following the cancellation of the tour's original headliners SIX FEET UNDER (also scheduled to appear are GOREFEST, BELPHEGOR, TRAIL OF TEARS and DARZAMAT).

SOILWORK's latest CD, "Stabbing the Drama", is available now on Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Figure Number Five" was recorded at Fascination Street studios in Örebro and Dug-Out Productions in Uppsala, Sweden with producer Daniel Bergstrand (MESHUGGAH, IN FLAMES, STUCK MOJO).


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