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The Boy Will Drown Gives Update From the Road

Brit tech-death band, The Boy Will Drown, is currently on a headlining tour through Europe and has posted an update from the road.

"Level 1 complete! We've played some wicked shows up and down the UK from London to Edinburgh and met some awesome and memorable people. Grimsby in particular was perhaps one of the most surreal experiences when we met someone who had the TBWD 'Fetish' album artwork tattooed on his upper arm (viewable on our Tumblr page) which gave us very much a proud feeling.

"In addition, The Boy Will Drown are pleased to announce that Ryan Mason (www.ryanmasonimaging.com) will be joining the band on tour around Europe over the next ten days. Ryan, a freelance professional photographer based in Norwich, will be documenting the tour with video and photo footage, as well as being the band's bitch by providing the band with other 'services'! The 24-year old, who has recently worked with the likes of Paramore, Cancer Bats and photographed at both Download and Reading festivals, thought the next best step to further his career would clearly be to document The Boy Will Drown on tour!"

Catch THE BOY WILL DROWN live on tour at the following shows:

15 Oct 2010 Vienna, Austria - Escape Metalcorner
16 Oct 2010 Paderborn, Germany - Kulturwerkstatt
17 Oct 2010 Mechelen, Belgium - JC Metteko

20 Oct 2010 Stoke, UK - The Sugarmill
21 Oct 2010 Bridgend, UK - Hobos
22 Oct 2010 Northampton, UK - Roadmender
23 Oct 2010 High Wycombe, UK - The White Horse
24 Oct 2010 Leeds, UK - Cockpit
25 Oct 2010 Newcastle, UK - Trillians
26 Oct 2010 Leicester, UK - Sumo Bar

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