The Browning Kicking Off U.S. Tour With Massakren Tonight
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Texan electronic metallers The Browning, who recently released their debut album "Burn This World" (reviewed here), are due to kick off a U.S. tour tonight, Wednesday, November 30th, with North Carolina's Wretched.
Having wrapped up another trek just days ago, The Browning is heading straight back out on the road for the new tour, which kicks off in Trenton, New Jersey and will see The Browning teaming up with Wretched as well as Serpents and Massakren. The Browning drummer Noah "Shark Robertson comments:
"We've been racking up the miles lately touring the States and are currently headed out with some great bands! We are stoked to be hitting the road with our new friends in Massakren, Serpents, and Wretched! We always look forward to travelling to new places and meeting more and more fans out there and, of course, gaining new ones! The band's live show is tighter than ever and we have had an absolute blast performing a lot of the new material from our Earache Records debut, Burn This World! We hope to see you out at a show headbanging with us!!!"
Dates are as follows:
Nov. 30 - Trenton, NJ - Championships
Dec. 01 - Buffalo, NY - Sonic Indian
Dec. 02 - Sandusky, OH - Underground
Dec. 03 - Chillicothe, OH - First Capital Music Hall
Dec. 04 - Chicago, IL - Ultra Lounge
Dec. 05 - Peoria, IL - Brass Rail
Dec. 06 - La Porte City, IA - American Legion
Dec. 07 - Des Moines, IA - Vaudeville Mews
Dec. 08 - St. Louis, MO - Fubar
Dec. 09 - Oklahoma City, OK - The Roxy Music Hall
Dec. 10 - Lubbock, TX - Wreckers
Dec. 11 - Austin, TX - Dirty Dog Bar
Dec. 13 - Fort Worth, TX - Tomcats
Dec. 14 - Little Rock, AR - Downtown Music
Dec. 15 - Nashville, TN - The Muse
Dec. 16 - Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade
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