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Metal Blade Records Announce 25th Anniversary Tour

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Metal Blade Records has announced the 25th Anniversary Tour with Cannibal Corpse, The Red Chord, Job for a Cowboy and Psyopus. The 25th Anniversary tour begins April 27th in Baltimore, MD continuing through May 5th, and includes the Metal Blade Records 25th Aniiversary Party on Saturday April 28th at this year’s New England Metal Fest in Worcester.

METAL BLADE RECORDS 25th Anniversary Tour dates:

4/27 Balitmore, MD Sonar
4/28 Worcester, MA Palladium 25th Anniversary Party at New England Metal Fest
4/29 New York, NY Irving Plaza w/ special guest Behemoth
4/30 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance
5/01 Millwale, PA Mr. Small’s
5/03 Sauget, IL Pop’s
5/04 Louisville, KY Headliners
5/05 Spartanburg, SC Ground Zero

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2. heavy hepp writes:

f*** yeah metal blade in my opinion is better than roadrunner. Brian Slagel is an underrated metal hero. Yeah roadrunner has had thier legendary bands but they only sign people because they want to make money. And the only reason they are more known then metal blade is because they have fa**ot corparate puppet bands like nickelback, slipknot, trivium, killswitch engage, and dresden dolls. I only wish that this tour would have had unearth on it, and brought back classic bands like slayer, gwar, and lamb of god. Cheers to Metal Blade, Congratulations to a real metal label.

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