1349 Issues Tour Update
Norwegian black metal fiends, 1349, who are co-headlining the "Weltenbrand World Tour" with Tom Warrior's TRIPTYKON, have launched a tour diary on the blog section of their Myspace page. Read an excerpt of the diary below:
"1349 are in Canada. We had a terrific night in Montreal last night; the show was fiery and the crowd seemed to revel in dark ecstasy. We also got to experience a particularly powerful show by Triptykon, which fueled us up for our own performance. Voivod’s own hometown is always a boost! We bring the killer-vibe with us to The Wreck Room in Toronto tonight, where we know that 1349 has a strong following. The band has had several great shows in this town, but tonight happens to be the first where Frost gets to meet the Toronto-crowd."
"Yesterday even saw the live-premiere of the song Pandemonium Was Bells, and we are happy to state that it went down really well with the audience. The song might appear in our live-set every now and then when the stars are right…but there are a few other gems in store for you as well."
As "Weltenbrand World Tour" is a co-headlining tour between TRIPTYKON and 1349, the bands have opted to rotate the closing spot each night. YAKUZA will be opening all nights. The remaining dates are as follows:
10/13 Cleveland, OH- Grog Shop
10/14 Pittsburgh, PA- Mr. Small's Theatre
10/15 Detroit, MI- Majestic Theatre
10/16 Chicago, IL- Bottom Lounge
10/17 St. Paul, MN- Station 4
10/19 Denver, CO- The Marquis Theatre
10/21 Seattle, WA- El Corazon
10/22 Portland, OR- Hawthorne Theatre
10/23 San Francisco, CA- Slims
10/24 Los Angeles, CA- El Rey Theatre
10/25 Tucson, AZ- The Marquee
10/27 Tulsa, OK- The Marquee
10/28 Ft. Worth, TX- Ridglea Theatre
10/29 Austin, TX- Emo's Outside
10/30 Houston, TX- The Warsaw
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