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Death To All Tour Postpones Atlanta and Dallas Dates

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The Dallas, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia dates of the Death To All tour. The Death To All tour is a five-city tour featuring a majority of DEATH’s amazing musicians, as well as special guests to celebrate the life and music of Chuck Schuldiner, as well as to raise awareness of Sweet Relief Musicians Fund – a charity that provides financial assistance to career musicians faced with illness, disability or age-related problems.

The tour features such ledgendary musicians as Gene Hoglan, Sean Reinert, Steve DiGiorgio, Scott Clendenin, Paul Masvidal, Shannaon Hamm and Bobby Koelble, with a vocal assault from Steffen Kummerer and Charles Elliott.

Here's the official announcement:

It is with regret that we have to postpone the Atlanta and Dallas dates for Death To All 2012, but there is a good side. Many things have led us to this point including very low ticket sales, issues with opening bands being available and several other factors. We are very sorry to all of the DEATH fans this has caused an inconvenience and wish things could have been different. We did everything in our power to avoid this situation, but in the end the choice had to be made. The good news is that we are working to re-schedule these dates for early next year, and if possible, add more dates surrounding them in new cities! Please hold on to your tickets, as they will be honored.

The current Death To All tour dates are now as follows:

6/22/2012 – The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
6/23/2012 – House of Blues – Los Angeles, CA
6/26/2012 – House of Blues – Chicago, IL
6/28/2012 – Irving Plaza – NYC, NY
6/30/2012 – The Beacham – Orlando, FL
7/01/2012 – Atlanta – Postponed
7/03/2012 – Dallas – Postponed

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