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Lycus Locks Down New U.S. Tour Dates

Oakland funeral doom legion Lycus is in the final stages of locking down the second U.S. tour in support of the mammoth 2013-released debut LP, "Tempest."

Following the release, Lycus toured the West Coast last Summer, and now the band is prepared to cross the continent to infiltrate the opposite coast and back on the way to take part in the five-day Brooklyn-based extreme metal event, Martyrdoom.

The final venues on this long-haul for the band are being confirmed now, with a solid three-week venture planned surrounding the band's performance at the final day of Martyrdoom 2014 on July 1st.

"Tempest" was recorded and mixed at hometown Earhammer Studios with Greg Wilkinson (Brainoil, Pallbearer, Samothrace, High On Fire). Catch the band performing live supporting the album on these dates:

6/19/2014 TBA - Oakland, CA
6/20/2014 The Complex - Los Angeles, CA
6/21/2014 Wallstreet Warehouse - Phoenix, AZ
6/22/2014 Launchpad - Albuquerque, NM
6/23/2014 The Lost Well - Austin, TX
6/24/2014 Mudlark Theatre - New Orleans, LA
6/25/2014 TBA - Nashville, TB w/ Loss
6/26/2014 TBA - Richmond, VA
6/27/2014 Bar Clay House - Baltimore, MD
6/28/2014 Golden Tea House - Philadelphia, PA
6/29/2014 Dusk - Providence, RI
7/01/2014 Saint Vitus Bar - Brooklyn, NY @ Martyrdoom Fest
7/02/2014 Gooski's - Pittsburgh, PA
7/03/2014 Live Wire Lounge - Chicago, IL
7/04/2014 TBA - Kansas City, MO
7/05/2014 Bar Bar - Denver, CO
7/06/2014 Shred Shed - Salt Lake City, UT
7/08/2014 The Black Lodge - Seattle, WA
7/09/2014 East End - Portland, OR

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