REFUSED Releasing “Servants of Death” EP

by | Oct 27, 2016

Not getting enough Refused in your life? No worries, things are about to change. Last year the band put out their long-awaited follow up to 1998’s The Shape of Punk to Come called Freedom. And this fall they’ll be releasing a new EP titled “Servants of Death.”

“Servants of Death” is the name of a song off Freedom. The forthcoming vinyl EP is coming out on Record Store Day (Nov 25) and will feature six tracks — including live recordings of songs from their 2015 Freedom tour,  the track “Servants of Death” along with a remix, plus the track “Stolen Voices” which has never before been available on vinyl.

As far as what’s in store for Refused: early next year the band will be back on the road. This time they’re headed Down Under to do a handful of shows in Australia. They’ll also make their way down to New Zealand.

And since we mentioned it, here’s their song “Servants of Death.”

Refused tour dates:

Jan 20 Brisbane, QLD @ Tivoli
Jan 21 Newtown, NSW @ Enmore Theatre
Jan 22 Adelaide, SA @ HQ
Jan 24 St. Kilda, VIC @ Prince Bandroom
Jan 25 St. Kilda, VIC @ Prince Bandroom
Jan 26 Fremantle, WA @ Metropolis
Jan 30 Auckland, NZL @ Laneway Festival

Photo: Dustin Rabin Photography

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