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Nuclear Assault Prepare To Launch Their ‘Final Assault’

Thrash Legends Return For One Last Onslaught!

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Thrash fans! Check out the teaser trailer for Nuclear Assault’s new EP!

Written by the long-standing partnership of bassist Dan Lilker and guitarist/vocalist John Connelly, with the line-up completed by original drummer Glenn Evans and guitarist Erik Burke (ex-Lethargy, ex-Brutal Truth), these new songs mark Nuclear Assault’s first recordings since 2005’s Third World Genocide album and their first EP release since 1988’s Fight To Be Free.

Described by bassist Dan Lilker as “four killer old-school thrash tunes”, Pounder is the first of 3 mooted EP’s to be released by these Thrash legends and the band have also confirmed the following Tour dates (with more to be added we’re sure):

‘FINAL ASSAULT’ tour 2015

02/5/15 – Ragnarokkr Festival – Chicago (inc. Aftermath, double trouble for fans of recently reformed Thrash legends)
24/5/15 – Rail Club – Fort Worth, Texas
06/6/15 – Sweden Rock Festival, SWE
20/6/15 – Copenhell Festival, DK
21/6/15 – Hellfest, FR
11/7/15 – Exit Festival, SRB
14/7/15 – Rock Marathon, HU
15/7/15 – Bang Your Head Fest, DE
17/7/15 – Resurrection Festival, ES
18/7/15 – Dynamo Metal Festival, NL
19/7/15 – Voodoo Lounge, Dublin, IE
21/7/15 – Arena, Vienna, AT
23/7/15 – Traffic Club, Rome, IT
24/7/15 – Barcelona Rock Fest, ES
25/7/15 – Kalends Open Air, IT
26/7/15 – Cuevarock, Cagliari, IT
28/7/15 – Free & Easy Festival, DE
29/7/15 – Schuur, Luzern CH
31/7/15 – Wacken Open Air, DE
01/8/15 – Porisphere, FI
05/8/15 – Brutal Assault Festival, CZ
06/8/15 – Party San Open Air, DE
07/8/15 – Bloodstock, UK
09/8/15 – Heavy Montreal, CDN
17/8/15 – Beunos Airies, Argentina
20/8/15 – Santiago, Chile
21/8/15 – Curitiba, Brazil
22/8/15 – Sao Paulo, Brazil
23/8/15 – Manaus, Brazil
24/8/15 – Belem, Brazil

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