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All Shall Perish To Embark on Australian Headlining Tour

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ALL SHALL PERISH will embark on a Australian Headlining tour this Christmas season, dubbed the Christmas Carnage Tour, wrapping up their non-stop touring cycle for the “Price of Existence.” Support will come from Australia’s own DEEZ NUTS and I KILLED THE PROM QUEEN. The band commented:

"An entire continent with California weather and women....at fucking Christmas time?! What a way to end the ride of a lifetime that this last year and a half has been. This will be the last tour until we record our new record and we couldn't be happier! Not a lot of bands in our genre get to tour the land down under and we feel very privileged to be able to make it out there. Australian people are the most chill individuals on the planet, and we can’t wait to fuck their shit up and chill with DEEZ NUTS and I KILLED THE PROM QUEEN!"

Here are the latest tour dates:

16.12.2007 Adelaide, The Underground
18.12.2007 Brisbane, Club Phoenix
19.12.2007 University of Sydney, Hermann's Bar
20.12.2007 Gosford, Gosford Youth Arts Warehouse
21.12.2007 Melbourne, Metro
22.12.2007 Camberwell, Camberwell Civic Centre

ALL SHALL PERISH is featured in "an addictive Guitar Hero-esque" online game.

ALL SHALL PERISH's latest CD, "The Price of Existence", which came out in August 2006, marked the debut of new lead singer Hernan "Eddie" Hermida and new lead guitarist Chris Storey. The album was engineered by Zack Ohren (LIGHT THIS CITY, EMBRACE THE END) at Castle Ultimate Studios.

All Shall Perish just wrapped up a US tour with From A Second Story Window, Emmure and Nodes of Ranvier.

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