Municipal Waste Announces More 2010 Tour Dates in South America and Japan
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Virginia metal band MUNICIPAL WASTE has just announced tour dates for March of 2010 in Central and South America and for May of 2010 in Japan. The dates are as follows:
03/05 - Guadlajara, Mexico @ Calle 2
03/06 - Mexico City, Mexico @ Circo Volador
03/07 - Bogota, Colombia @ Teatro Metro
03/10 - Lima Peru @ Barranco Bar
03/11 - Santiago, Chile @ Teatro Novedades
03/12 - Buenos Aires, Argentina @ Teatro Roxy
03/13 - Sao Paulo, Brazil @ Via Marques
03/14 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil @ Teatro Odisseia
05/12 - Tokyo, Japan @ Club Quattro
05/13 - Nagoya, Japan @ Club Quattro
05/14 - Osaka, Japan @ Club Quattro
Tony Foresta lead singer had the following to say about the tour, “It’s been a long time coming. We’ve been wanting to play these places I cannot describe how excited I am to do this”
Bassist Ryan Waste added, "I've always thought that South America was home to the most passionate heavy metal fans in the world. From watching videos and reading about shows down there, I can only imagine how awesome our gigs are going to be. I look forward to meeting all the maniacs and playing some ripping concerts this spring."
Drummer Dave Witte comments on the Japanese dates, “I've been to Japan quite a few times drumming for Burnt by the Sun, Alec Empire and Discordance Axis. All these trips and different crowds had one thing is common. The Japanese simply love music and have a dedication and support level off the charts, no matter what style of music. MW has had an overwhelming amount of requests and support about coming to Japan. We are thrilled to be able to come to Japan for the first time and share a wonderful time with you. Get ready to thrash your ass off!!”
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