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Sweden’s Eternal Fear Are Going To Be ‘Killing Time’ In The UK!

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Swedish heavy metal band Eternal Fear will release their new album, titled Killing Time, on Friday 17th March 2017 and will be released in 3 formats: Vinyl, CD & Digital Download.

Forming in the early 90’s, Eternal Fear have gone from strength to strength with their distinctive sound, mixing the classic sound of British heavy metal bands such as Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden with the more modern sound of In Flames and Avenged Sevenfold.

These Swedish metal giants have toured the UK five times previously, with another UK tour in February 2017 already booked! For those who are unaware of the band’s previous accomplishments, Eternal Fear have released five studio albums and one live album, with their first album being the 2002 release Never Ending Existence followed by Evil Deeds and Embraced In Darkness. But it was 2013’s Eternal Damnation that opened up major doors for the band. They signed to Sliptrick Records and received worldwide praise as well as heading out on their very first UK tour where they were main support for progressive metal giants BEHOLDER at BEERMAGEDDON Festival. This was quickly followed y another UK tour later in 2013 where they recorded the UK Damnation live album in London.

Eternal Fear will be touring the UK again in February with Midlands based groove metallers Left For Red in tow.

Dates are as follows:

Thursday 23rd – The Dev, London
Friday 24th – The Live Rooms, Chester
Saturday 25th – O2 Academy, Birmingham (Album Launch)
Sunday 26th – The Lower George Inn, Gloucester

Check out Eternal Fear’s video for new single, “No Guts” below…..


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