8 FOOT SATIVA: New Album To Receive European Release

West Auckland metal band 8 FOOT SATIVA will have their second album, "Seasons For Assault", released in Europe through the Swedish label Black Mark Records on September 13. The band are just wrapping up a headline "Hatred Forever" tour of New Zealand, with support from Australian act FRANKENBOK and fellow kiwi metallers SUBSTRACT and SYNDIKAT.

8 FOOT SATIVA are a household name in New Zealand. Their 2002 debut album, "Hate Made Me", has been certified gold, with "Season For Assault" having entered the national album charts at No. 6, fast approaching gold. The band have supported DISTURBED, CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, CHILDREN OF BODOM, SOULFLY and METALLICA.

For a full 8 FOOT SATIVA biography, discography and concert guide, click here.

(Thanks: Rockdetector.com)

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