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Municipal Waste Issues Tour Report

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Virginian thrashers, MUNICIPAL WASTE, have just finished recording their fourth record, “MASSIVE AGGRESSIVE,” with producer ZEUSS (MADBALL, HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL, UNEARTH). MASSIVE AGGRESSIVE is due to be released on August 24th, 2009 through Earache records. MUNICIPAL WASTE recently hit the road for a six week US tour with LAMB OF GOD, AS I LAY DYING, CHILDREN OF BODOM and GOD FORBID. TONY FORESTA (vocals) issues the following report from the road:

"The past week has been a real whirlwind for the Waste. Last Tuesday we finished mixing our new album up in Massachusetts then jumped on a plane to Arizona the following morning to start our 6 week tour with Lamb of God."

"The shows have been a lot of fun and the crowd have been really receptive towards us even though most of them have no idea who we are! The crowds have been massive. We have also been playing some new songs and the response to those has been really good. It's also great to be playing with our good friends Suicidal Tendencies again. They have been killing it every night on stage and have been a lot of fun to hang with after the gigs as well."

The remainder of MUNICIPAL WASTE’s US tour dates are as follows:


04/14 - City Auditorium - Thunder Bay, ON
04/16 - Ricoh Coliseum - Toronto, ON
04/17 - Cepsum - Montreal, QC
04/18 - Palladium - Worcester, MA
04/19 - Electric Factory - Philadelphia, PA
04/21 - LC Pavillion - Columbus, OH
04/22 - Tabernacle - Atlanta, GA
04/23 - Blackham Coliseum - Lafayette, LA
04/24 - Verizon Theatre - Houston, TX
04/25 - Concrete St. Ampthitheatre - Corpus Christi, TX
04/26 - Palladium Ballroom - Dallas, TX
04/28 - Fillmore - Denver, CO
04/29 - Uptown Theater - Kansas City, KS
04/30 - Myth - St. Paul, MN
05/01 - Congress Theater - Chicago, IL
05/02 - The Pageant - St. Louis, MO
05/03 - Egyptian - Indianapolis, IN
05/05 - Expo Five - Louisville, KY
05/06 - Fillmore Theater - Detroit, MI
05/08 - Roseland Ballroom - New York, NY
05/09 - Convention Center - Asbury Park, NJ
05/11 - Rams Head Live - Baltimore, MD
05/12 - House of Blues - Boston, MA
05/13 - Washington St. Armory - Albany, NY
05/15 - House of Blues - Myrtle Beach, SC

Municipal Waste:

06/25 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Loppen
06/26 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Gothenburg Metaltown Festival
07/16 - Svojsice, Czech Republic - Obscene Festival
07/17 - Hamburg, Germany - Hafenklang
07/18 - Welstock, Netherlands - Welstock Festival
07/19 - Frankfurt, Germany - Nachtleben
07/20 - Munich, Germany - Feierwerk
07/21 - Kranj, Slovenia - Izbruhov Kulturni Bazen
07/23 - Pinarella Di Cervia, Italy - Rockplanet Club
07/24 - Genzano di Roma, Italy - Palarockness Club
07/25 - Lorca, Spain - Lorca Fest
08/12 - Oslo, Norway - Oya Festival
08/14 - Derby, UK - Bloodstock Festival

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1. logfan213 writes:

i saw municipal waste at the lamb of god tour on april 3rd in hollywood and they are a terrible band .. little kids playing like if they were on amarian idol... et off stage.. good things you got buued at stage.. Los Corderos de Dios...

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2. b.bristowe writes:

Yeah I'd have to agree with the above post. When I saw them here with LoG, Bodom, God Forbid and As I Lay Dying my friend and I purposefully took the late bus. For the record though, I don't mind as I lay dying once in a while, but for the type of band they are they put on a fairly good show. 94 hours live kicks major ass, especially the chorus with the double kick.

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