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The Funeral Pyre Prepare For West Coast Tour

Los Angeles-based band THE FUNERAL PYRE will hit the road in January for a West Coast Tour alongside Seattle's BOOK OF BLACK EARTH. Starting in Seattle in early January, the package will head down to California before wrapping up.

Currently writing new material for a forthcoming new album, THE FUNERAL PYRE will showcase a new song on the road alongside songs from the band's latest effort, "The Nature of Betrayal", which saw a March re-release through Prosthetic via a distribution deal with Creator Destructor Records.

"We are finishing songs, playing them live and fine tuning what will be the third installment in the FUNERAL PYRE career of metal," the band recently wrote on its blog. "It's been a long time already, to think that we're already on our third record!? Nobody would have ever guessed we'd be here. I mean, we're not popular or anything, but hey, I like to think that we've accomplished a lot! If you have heard any of the new songs live, I'd really enjoy if you could give us some feedback about what you thought of them. These songs will be different than 'The Nature Of Betrayal' but yet the same...It's a big cycle we go through, you hear the same music, but it sounds different. How does that work? I'm not quite sure, but you will find out in 2008."


Jan. 11 - Seattle, WA – The Fun House
Jan. 12 - Portland, OR – Satyricon
Jan. 13 - Eugene, OR – Samurai Duck
Jan. 15 - Oakland, CA – Hazmat
Jan. 16 - San Francisco, CA – Annie’s Social Club
Jan. 18 - Corona, CA – Showcase Theatre
Jan. 19 - San Diego, CA – Chasers
Jan. 20 - Hollywood, CA – The Relax Bar

Source: Blabbermouth

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