Kill The Client Adds More Tour Dates To European Headlining Tour
Texas grinders Kill The Client have added a series of dates to their upcoming three and a half week European headlining tour. The run is the band’s first time touring Europe and will include direct support from Finnish grindcore maniacs Feastem.
The tour starts on October 12th at Bloodshed Festival in the Netherlands and continues through November 4th in Germany. A complete listing of dates is available below.
The band is touring in support of Relapse debut, "Set For Extinction," which can currently be streamed in its entirety at this location. After the tour, Kill the Client plans to write a follow-up LP. Additionally, Kill the Client will release a brand new split 12" with Feastem available exclusively at Bloodshed Fest.
Oct. 14 London/Camden, UK Black Heart
Oct. 15 Newcastle, UK Northlumberland Arms
Oct. 16 Preston, UK The Contenental
Oct. 17 Bristol, UK Croft
Oct. 18 Paris, France Le Belushi’s
Oct. 19 Nantes, France Le Floride
Oct. 20 Toulouse, France Pavillons Sauvages
Oct. 21 Erandio, Spain Sentinal Rock Club
Oct. 22 Madrid, Spain Rock Palace
Oct. 23 Barcelona, Spain TBA
Oct. 24 Clemmont-Ferrand, France Raymond Bar
Oct. 25 Turin, Italy El Paso Occupato
Oct. 26 Delemonte, Switzerland Sas Music Club
Oct. 27 Linz, Austria Ann And Pat
Oct. 28 Budapest, Hungary Sazbad Az A
Oct. 29 Bratislava, Slovakia Obluda
Oct. 30 Prague, Czech Rep Modra Vopice
Oct. 31 Potsdam, Germany Black Fleck
Nov. 1 Hamburg, Germany Hafenklang
Nov. 2 Aalborg, Denmark 1000 Fryd
Nov. 3 Verden, Germany AZ
Nov. 4 Trier, Germany Ex Haus
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