Berlin based rock overlords KADAVAR are very pleased to reveal the cover artwork and release date for their recently announced, upcoming new studio album For The Dead Travel Fast.
For The Dead Travel Fast will be released on September 20th 2019 via Nuclear Blast. Stayed tuned for news on pre-orders soon…
KADAVAR also recently released a behind the scenes teaser for the record. Click the below link to get a glimpse from inside the studio!
The band recently re-signed with their long-time label Nuclear Blast after a highly successful 7 year run encompassing three studio albums, during which the trio has toured the globe relentlessly.
Commented singer and guitarist Lupus: “When we signed our first deal back in 2012, all of this was just a mere idea. Since then a lot has happened and after 3 records, 2 live albums and quite a few singles, we’re a very happy to continue working with Nuclear Blast.”
The band is currently working hard on the successor to 2017’s Rough Times at their own recording studio in Berlin, Neukölln.
Drummer Tiger added: “We’re very creative at the moment, writing new songs on a daily basis. We’re very much looking forward to completing the album soon. So it’s very nice that we have this new contract!”
KADAVAR also recently announced a European headline tour, in support of new album For The Dead Travel Fast:
KADAVAR – ‘FOR THE DEAD TRAVEL FAST’ EUROPEAN TOUR 2019
Special Guests: HÄLLAS & PABST
06.11. SE Copenhagen Pumpehuset
07.11. NO Oslo Bla
08.11. SE Göteborg Brewhouse
09.11. SE Stockholm Debaser
10.11. DE Hannover Capitol
12.11. FR Lyon Le CCO
13.11. FR Nantes Le Stéréolux
14.11. FR Paris L’Alhambra
15.11. FR Bordeaux BT 59
16.11. ES Madrid Mon
17.11. ES Barcelona Razzmatazz 2
19.11. FR Strasbourg La Laiterie
20.11. DE Wiesbaden Schlachthof
21.11. DE Nürnberg Hirsch
22.11. DE München Backstage Werk
23.11. AT Wien Arena
24.11. DE Dresden Beatpol
25.11. BE Brussels Orangiere at Botanique
27.11. DE Stuttgart LKA Longhorn
28.11. DE Köln Essigfabrik
29.11. DE Hamburg Große Freiheit
30.11. DE Berlin Columbiahalle