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Cryptopsy Reveals Canadian Tour Dates

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This September, Montreal's Cryptopsy with be touring Canada with special guests Origin and Last Felony for "The Resurgence of an Empire" tour, presented by Unrestrained! Magazine, Sick Drummer and Hails N’ Horns.

The Resurgence of an Empire tour dates are as follows:

Sept. 04 Moncton, NB - Manhattan
Sept. 05 Halifax, NS - The Pavilion
Sept. 06 Quebec City, QC - Dagobert
Sept. 07 Toronto, ON - WreckRoom
Sept. 08 Ottawa, ON - Mavericks
Sept. 11 Thunder Bay, ON - Kilroys
Sept. 12 Winnipeg, MB - The Zoo
Sept. 13 Prince Albert, SK - Prince Albert Exhibition Center
Sept. 15 Edmonton, AB - The Mead Hall
Sept. 16 Prince George, BC - Sound Entertainment Soundstage
Sept. 21 Regina, SK - The Exchange
Sept. 24 Sudbury, ON - The Serbian Centre
Sept. 25 London, ON - The Embassy
Sept. 26 Montreal, QC - Club Soda
Sept. 27 Rouyn-Noranda, QC - Petit Theatre Du Vieux Noranda

Cryptopsy are currently on the Summer Slaughter tour. For more tour dates, visit their MySpace page.

Source: Ultimate Guitar

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1. Dontbombme writes:

Who cares this band is dead as far i care.

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2. imaybombyou writes:

Get over it already! They changed your precious sound! More to life than deadbeat fans that can't handle progression and change I'm sure... In a workplace, people like you are fired for sucking at existing there.

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3. Kingovpoo writes:

The new album is awsome. Maybe a couple of iffy parts but I can't remember an album from anyone that didn't have a couple of less than stellar parts. The drumming alone is worth buying the album. Metalheads are starting to whine like Emo chickies. So much for sticking with and supporting underground bands.

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