ASSASSIN: South American Tour Cancelled

Reactivated German thrashers ASSASSIN have cancelled their previously announced South American tour which was to take place in June.

ASSASSIN recently announced the addition of bassist Michael Hambloch to the group's ranks.

The band in February posted the song "Satan Dies In Pain" on the group's MySpace page. This track is taken from the legendary session demo tape CHECKERPATROL, featuring members of ASSASSIN and MAYHEM (Norway) plus Jon of Slayer magazine, recorded in ASSASSIN's rehearsal room back in the mid-'80s.

ASSASSIN's first official video, for the song "Assassin", featuring live footage shot during 2005-2007, can be viewed below.


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