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Landmine Marathon Announce West Coast Dates

Phoenix death-crust machine LANDMINE MARATHON rips into the New Year with a string of West Coast dates.

Led by ferocious frontwoman Grace Perry, LANDMINE MARATHON breathes new life into a classic era of extreme music — namely the early Earache Records era, defined by the raw, anthemic sounds of bands like CARCASS and BOLT THROWER.

LANDMINE MARATHON's debut full-length ("Wounded", released on Level Plane Records in the summer of '06) earned the band massive media coverage, including a page in Revolver's "Hottest Women In Metal" issue.

LANDMINE MARATHON's West Coast dates in January foreshadow the release of the band's forthcoming split CD/LP with Bay Area thrash revisionists SCARECROW (featuring Matt Harvey of EXHUMED), to be released on Level Plane Records on February 19.

The dates are as follows:

Jan. 04 - Tucson AZ - The Living Room
Jan. 05 - City of Industry, CA - AWS Shop
Jan. 06 - Los Angeles, CA - Dave's Warehouse
Jan. 07 - Goleta, CA - The Pink Mailbox
Jan. 09 - Portland, OR - The Satyricon
Jan. 10 - Tacoma, WA - Viaduct
Jan. 11 - Medford, OR - Musichead
Jan. 12 - Reno, NV - Open Ground Skatepark

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. Kalis_wrath writes:

Hahaha Musichead hu? Tiny, but good venue if Jymbo and the crew sell it. Saw Middian, Minsk and Ichemia there. Medford only has one metal shop and thats Musichead. Rock em hard brothers!

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