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Municipal Waste Announces Spring Northeast US Mini-tour With Toxic Holocaust

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Richmond, VA metal band MUNICIPAL WASTE has announced a small number of tour dates to be played in the Northeast this April. MUNICIPAL WASTE will be joined by TOXIC HOLOCAUST on all dates. The dates are as follows:

04/21 - The Note West Chester, Pennsylvania
04/22 - Knitting Factory Brooklyn, New York
04/25 - Rock and Roll Hotel Washington DC

MUNICIPAL WASTE will also commence their first-ever tour of Latin America this Friday in Guadalajara, Mexico. "Latin America has always been on our list of places to spread the Waste;" says guitarist, Ryan Waste. "I know how passionate the crowds are about heavy music down there and we're going to deliver. I'm prepared for some wild shows to ensue."

Noting the tragic events that occurred in Chile last weekend, drummer, Dave Witte released these comments earlier yesterday: "We are scheduled to play in Santiago on this tour and it's still uncertain if it will happen or not, we are waiting on word. Our hearts go out to everyone in Chile in these hard times, hopefully we'll be able to play and bring a little fun for the Chilean metal fans."

The tour dates are as follows:

03/05 - Sindicato de Industria Y Comercio - Guadalajara, Mexico
03/06 - Circo Volador - Mexico City, Mexico
03/07 - Teatro Metro - Bogota, Columbia
03/10 - Barranco Bar - Lima, Peru
03/11 - Teatro Novedades - Santiago, Chile
03/12 - Hammer Rock Bar - Campinas, Brazil
03/13 - Clash Club - Sao Paulo, Brazil
03/14 - Teatro Odisseia - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
03/15 - Drakkar Music Hall - Porto Alegre, Brazil

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