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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Vektor reveal new album title, announce debut European tour

Philadelphia-based sci-fi thrashers Vektor have revealed the title of their upcoming new album, along with dates for their first ever European tour.

Officially titled 'Terminal Redux', the brand new album was recorded and produced by the band at their home studio and at Panther Pro Audio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was re-amped and mixed by Byron Filson at Villain Studios in Arizona. The album is due to be released in early 2016 on Earache Records.

The "First Contact" European tour kicks off on November 21st in France and will see Spanish thrashers Angelus Apatrida co-headline, with Dutch thrashers Distillator opening.

Vektor vocalist/guitarist David DiSanto comments:
"We are extremely excited to announce Vektor's first European tour! We will be playing new material to promote our upcoming album, 'Terminal Redux', and also a heavy mix of songs from both 'Outer Isolation' and 'Black Future'. Prepare yourselves for total annihilation! Europe, we are coming for you!"


Full live dates:
Nov. 21 - Nantes, France - Ferrailleur
Nov. 22 - Paris, France - Glazart
Nov. 23 - Luynes, France - Korigan
Nov. 25 - Brescia, Italy - Colony
Nov. 26 - Rome, Italy - Traffic Club
Nov. 27 - Prato, Italy - Exenzia
Nov. 28 - Winterthur, Switzerland - Gaswerk
Nov. 29 - Prague, Czech Republic - Modra Vopice
Nov. 30 - Vienna, Austria - Escape
Dec. 02 - Munich, Germany - Backstage
Dec. 03 - Burglengenfeld, Germany - VZA Pfarrheim
Dec. 04 - Oberhausen, Germany - Ruhrpott Metal Meeting (Vektor only)
Dec. 05 - Cottbus, Germany - Gladhouse
Dec. 06 - Hamburg, Germany - Knust
Dec. 09 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Truckstop Alaska
Dec. 10 - Oslo, Norway - Vulkan Arena
Dec. 12 - Eindhoven, Netherlands - Eindhoven Metal Meeting
Dec. 13 - London, UK - The Black Heart

Get Vektor's first two albums, 'Black Future' and 'Outer Isolation', on CD now in Europe here or in the USA here.

Both albums are also available on iTunes here.

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