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Despised Icon To Join Aggressive Tendencies 2007 Tour with The Locust

Despised Icon will continue their non-stop North American tour onslaught this fall by taking part in the Aggressive Tendencies 2007 tour alongside The Locust, which runs exclusively throughout Canada from November 3rd through November 16th. This trek marks the group's fifth tour in support of their highly acclaimed new album, The Ills Of Modern Man.

Vocalist Alex Erian comments,"We’re finally doing a full Canadian tour in November. We haven’t been to western Canada in almost two years and can't wait to see all our friends out there. It should be awesome!"

Despised Icon is currently on tour alongside Darkest Hour, Jobe For A Cowboy, A Life
Once Lost and The Faceless. This devastating package is a one of the most brutal, fan-friendly, affordable tours this summer and is sure to be the perfect alternative to the oversaturated festival events. This trek leads them directly into another crushing U.S. tour with label-mates Suicide Silence and Winds Of Plague, which kicks off on September 2nd and runs through September 26th.

Despised Icon with The Locust – Aggressive Tendencies 2007 Tour

November
3 - Vancouver, BC - UBC Ballroom
5 - Edmonton, AB - Velvet Underground
6 - Calgary, AB - The Underground
8 - Regina, SK - The Exchange
9 - Winnipeg, MB - West End Cultural Centre
10 - Thunder Bay, ON - TBA
12 - London, ON - Call the Office
13 - Hamilton, ON - The Casbah
14 - Toronto, ON - The Reverb
15 - Montreal, QC - Le Studio
16 - Ottawa, ON - Babylon

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