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Moonspell Announce North American Tour Dates

Moonspell have announced tour dates for their upcoming Nocturnal Mourning North American Tour, beginning in October. Supporting Moonspell on tour are Katatonia and Daylight Dies.

Tour dates:

Oct. 20 Poughkeepsie, NY - The Loft
Oct. 21 Bedford, NH - Mark's Showplace
Oct. 22 New York, NY - B.B. King's Blues Club
Oct. 23 Montreal, QC -Le Medley
Oct. 24 Quebec City, QC -Imperial
Oct. 25 Toronto, ON - Opera House
Oct. 26 Cleveland, OH - Peabody's Down Under
Oct. 27 Detroit, MI - I-Rock Nightclub
Oct. 28 Mokena, IL - Pearl Room
Oct. 29 St. Paul, MN - Station 4
Oct. 31 Aurora, CO - Illiff Park Saloon
Nov. 02 Seattle, WA - Studio Seven
Nov. 03 Portland, OR - Rock N Roll Pizza
Nov. 04 San Francisco, CA -The Pound SF
Nov. 05 Los Angeles, CA - Whiskey A Go Go
Nov. 06 Anaheim, CA - House Of Blues
Nov. 09 Tempe, AZ - The Clubhouse
Nov. 10 Albuquerque, NM - The Launch Pad
Nov. 11 San Antonio, TX - White Rabbit
Nov. 12 Houston, TX - Warehouse Live
Nov. 13 Ft. Worth, TX - Ridglea Theater
Nov. 15 St. Petersburg, FL - State Theater

In other Moonspell news, the band has been nominated for an MTV Award under the category "Best Portuguese Act." A posting on the band's official web site reads: "Tomorrow there will be a press conference where MTV is going announce it. It’s the first time a metal or heavy rock is distinguished as candidate for the prize, which for us is already an honour. Thank you all for your support, specially to Universal Portugal and SPV."

Source: Moonspell

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1. RememberMetal? writes:

Alas, nowhere near my neck of the woods...Katatonia and Moonspell put on good live shows, anyone whose curious should check them both out...even if sometimes both bands lyrics kindof flop (note: nowhere near as bad as any nu-metal act) their energy and atmospherics more than make up for it.

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