More Moonspell, Katatonia and Daylight Dies Tour Dates Revealed
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The first confirmed dates on the anticipated fall tour featuring Katatonia and Daylight Dies with headliner Moonspell are announced. Set to kick off in Poughkeepsie, New York more dates for the tour are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
For Katatonia, currently promoting their latest album, "The Great Cold Distance," this will be the band's first full tour of the United States. The band's only previous stateside performances include their debut at the now defunct Milwaukee Metal Fest and 2004's Brave Words Bloody Knuckles 6-Pack Weekend. "The Great Cold Distance," released April 4, is the band's fastest selling record in their 10-plus year history. The album hit national sales charts in four international territories on release and the album's first video for album track "My Twin" directed by Charlie Granberg, is currently featured at numerous on-demand as well regional video outlets.
Confirmed dates are as follows:
Oct. 20 The Loft, Poughkeepsie NY
Oct. 21 Mark's Place, Bedford NH
Oct. 22 BB Kings Blues Club, New York NY
Oct. 23 Medley, Montreal QU
Oct. 24 L'Imperial, Quebec City QU
Oct. 25 Opera House, Toronto ON
Oct. 26 Peabody's, Cleveland OH
Oct. 27 IRock, Detroit MI
Oct. 28 Pearl Room, Mokena IL
Oct. 29 Star Central, Columbia Heights MN
Oct. 31 Lliff Park Saloon, Aurora CO
Nov. 02 Studio Seven, Seattle WA
Nov. 03 Rock N Roll Pizza, Portland OR
Nov. 04 Pound @ Pier 96, San Francisco CA
Nov. 06 House of Blues, Anaheim CA
Nov. 11 White Rabbit, San Antonio TX
Source: The Gauntlet
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