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Municipal Waste Announces Headlining European Tour Dates

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Richmond, Virginia's Municipal Waste is set to return to Europe next week for a headlining tour. The band, which has just finished a short run around the USA, will be kicking off the European tour on Friday, December 3rd in Belfast, UK. Support will come from Saviours and Ramming Speed. Municipal Waste drummer Dave Witte comments:

"We are ready to return to the UK/EU with Saviours and Ramming Speed to celebrate our last tour of the year. It's gonna be awesome! Get there early, this is a great bill that you won't wanna miss!"

Front man Tony Foresta adds:

"I'm really looking forward to getting back over there. It feels like it's been forever since we've been. It seems like each time we come back the crowds get bigger and crazier. It's always good to come back year after year to see the same familiar faces as well as hordes of new ones getting rowdy to our music. I can't wait. This time we're taking Ramming Speed and Saviours. Both bands we've known for a while and dig them as friends as well as musicians, so I'm assuming that every night will be entertaining onstage as well as everywhere else this rowdy crew goes. It should be a fun one."

The dates are as follows:

03 Dec - Belfast, UK - Spring & Airbrake
04 Dec - Dublin, Ireland - Whelans
05 Dec - Manchester, UK - Academy 2
07 Dec - Paris, France - Glazart
08 Dec - Koln, Germany - Underground
09 Dec - Gent, Belgium - Minus One
10 Dec - Essen, Germany - Cafe Nova
11 Dec - Eindhoven, Netherlands - Speedfest (no support)
13 Dec - Bristol, UK - Fleece & Firkin
14 Dec - Nottingham, UK - Rescue Rooms
15 Dec - Glasgow, UK - Ivory Blacks
17 Dec - London, UK - Academy 2
18 Dec - Helsinki, Finland - Nosturi (no support)

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