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KADAVAR Unveil New Track ‘Die Baby Die’

Berlin, Germany-based rock overlords KADAVAR have released the first single off of their eagerly awaited fourth studio album, Rough Times.

Commented singer & guitarist Lupus: “I always wanted to do a trashy VHS styled green screen video. Milan from the band ROTOR got my idea and we shot it on one day at Felsenkeller in Leipzig. As you can see it was great fun. Lots of layers, colors and fast cuts. A lot of chaos. I think it fits the song pretty well.”

Rough Times will be released on September 29 via Nuclear Blast.
PRE-ORDER ‘ROUGH TIMES‘:
Limited Edition Bi-Colour and Coloured Vinyl from the Nuclear Blast Store
Digipack CD or Black Vinyl from HMV

After announcing a string of summer shows as well as an extensive European headline run with their label mates MANTAR and DEATH ALLEY, KADAVAR, have also revealed more dates for December 2017. Dates as follows:

KADAVAR live:
04.08.  D         Wacken – Wacken Open Air
05.08.  GR       Almiros Volos – Los Almiros Festival
11.08.  P          Moledo – Sonic Blast
30.09.  UK       London – The Dome
01.10.  UK       Sheffield – HRH Doom vs. Stoner
20.12.  D         Bremen – Tower
21.12.  D         Mannheim – Alte Feuerwache
22.12.  D         Münster – Sputnikhalle
28.12.  D         Chemnitz – AJZ Talschock
29.12.  D         Siegen – Vortex

w/ MANTAR, DEATH ALLEY
12.10.  D         Essen – Zeche Carl
13.10.  D         Hamburg – Markthalle*
14.10.  D         Leipzig – Conne Island
15.10.  B          Antwerp – Desert Fest
17.10.  F          Strasbourg – La Laiterie Club
18.10.  F          Paris – Le Trabendo
19.10.  F          Rennes – L’Ubu
20.10.  F          Bordeaux – La Krakatoa
21.10.  E          Madrid – But
22.10.  E          Barcelona – Bikini
24.10.  F          Lyon – Feyzin
25.10.  CH       Monthey – Pont Rouge
26.10.  CH       Aarau – Kiff
27.10.  D         Munich – Backstage
28.10.  A          Vienna – Flex
29.10.  A          Graz – PPC
30.10.  HR       Zagreb – Mocvara
01.11.  H         Budapest – A38
02.11.  PL        Warsaw – Progresja
03.11.  PL        Krakow – Kwadrat
04.11.  CZ        Prague – Nová Chmelnice
05.11.  D         Nuremberg – Hirsch
07.11.  NL        Amsterdam – Paradiso Noord
08.11.  D         Hanover – Capitol
09.11.  DK       Copenhagen – Pumpehuset
10.11.  S          Stockholm – Debaser
11.11.  N         Oslo – Bla
12.11.  S          Gothenburg – Pustervik
13.11.  NL        Deventer – Burgerweeshuis
15.11.  D         Cologne – Bürgerhaus Stollwerck
16.11.  D         Wiesbaden – Schlachthof
17.11.  D         Stuttgart – LKA Longhorn
18.11.  D         Berlin – Columbiahalle
*no MANTAR

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