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Image: Primal Fear, Pitriff, heavy metal, news, innterviews, reviewsPRIMAL FEAR is the latest act confirmed for the 2012 edition of the Graspop Metal Meeting, which will be held from June 22nd - 24th in Dessel, Belgium. They will play on June 23rd. For tickets and event information visit the fesival'sFacebook page.

The band's European festival schedule is now as follows:

23 - Dessel, Belgium - Graspop Metal Meeting
30 - Jaromer, Czech Republic - Rock Rebellion 2012

13 - Balingen, Germany - Bang Your Head
21 - Bergamo, Italy - Municipals Festival
28 - Rotterdam, Netherlands - Roadgrill Festival

Primal Fear's new album, Unbreakable, was produced by bassist Mat Sinner, engineered and mixed by Achim Koehler at the House Of Music studios and some more studios in Germany and Sweden between summer and fall 2011 and includes the following tracks:

'Unbreakable (Part1)'
'Give 'Em Hell'
'Bad Guys Wear Black'
'And There Was Silence'
'Metal Nation'
'Where Angels Die'
'Unbreakable (Part 2)'
'Marching Again'
'Born Again'
'Blaze Of Glory'
'Night Of The Jumps' (Bonus Track)*
'Bad Guys Wear Black' (Video)*