Japanese Metal Group SURVIVE Head Into Europe For Spring Dates

Survive, one of Japan’s premiere metal bands, are heading over to Europe for 13 dates (3 dates TBA) through March and April promoting their latest album release Immortal Warriors. The first leg of the tour will take place in UK alongside label and Go Loud Agency fellow group Kill All The Gentlemen, followed up by dates in Russia, Latvia and Lithuania. Tokyo’s Survive are one of the longest standing metal acts in Japan. They have played many big festivals (Loud Park, Beast Fest, Multiplex-motorbike event, Korean Live Rock, Formoz Festival, Asia Metal Festival, Dongducheon Rock Festival, Trendkill Extreme Feast, etc) and toured all over the world with acts such as Behemoth, United, Killswitch Engage, Dope, Pulling Teeth, Testament, Outrage, Anthrax, Hatebleed, Napalm Death, Amon Amarth, Venom Inc, At The Gates, to name just a few.

Survive Tour Dates:
18.03 | Hull (UK) | O’Ryleys
19.03 | TBA (UK)
20.03 | Leeds (UK) | Santiago’s
21.03 | Glasgow (UK) | Audio
22.03 | Newcastle (UK) | Trillian’s
25.03 | Orel (RU) | K3
26.03 | Kaluga (RU) | Club House
27.03 | Moscow (RU) | Teatr
28.03 | Vologda (RU) | Irris
29.03 | S. Petersburg (RU) | Zoccolo 2.0
02.04 | TBA
03.04 | TBA
04.04 | Kaunas (LT) | Lemmy’s

Survive – Immortal Warriors
The latest album from Japan’s own metal stalwarts Survive is entitled Immortal Warriors and it’s a work that fuses new metals and old metal. The violent, fast, delicate melodies have been pushed right to the front creating a tough and sturdy album that is interwoven with melodies that are unique to Japan. Read more about Immortal Warriors …here

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Immortal Warriors | Released September 24th 2019 via Sliptrick Records

Survive are:
Nemo – Vocal/Guitar | Gaku – Guitar | Sinjilow – Bass | Shintarou – Drums

Band links: Official Website | Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | On Sliptrick

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