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Lock Up Announces "Infiltrate And Destroy Europe" Tour Dates

International grindcore group Lock Up features Tomas Lindberg (At The Gates/Disfear), Anton Reisenegger (Pentagram, Criminal), Shane Embury (Napalm Death, Brujeria, Venomous Concept), and Nick Barker (ex-Cradle of Filth, ex-Dimmu Borgir). The band will undergo a brief European club tour in February 2013 in support of latest album "Necropolis Transparent" on Nuclear Blast Records.

The tour, tentatively named "Infiltrate And Destroy Europe 2013" will see Lock Up play a 10 date up-close-and-personal club tour which takes the band through such territories as the U.K., France, Germany, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Austria. and Belgium. Drummer Nick Barker commented:

"We're really excited and looking forward to blasting our way across Europe in Febuary 2013. Lock Up on the whole, don't really get to do club tours very often so this is a great opportunity for us do what we do, get up close and in your face with the fans, in a more intimate setting as opposed to playing the bigger open air festival stages we're accustomed to. Don't get me wrong we love playing the big festivals, but with the brutal and savage nature of our music, its very well suited in a club environment and we feel both the band and fans vibe on that a lot more."

08-Feb-2013 Friday; The Borderline; London
09-Feb-2013 Saturday; Nouveau Casino; Paris
11-Feb-2013 Monday; Hirscheneck; Basel
12-Feb-2013 Tuesday; Hansa 39; Munich
13-Feb-2013 Wednesday; Viper Room; Wien
14-Feb-2013 Thursday; Hoodoo Music Club; Praha
15-Feb-2013 Friday; Underground; Köln
16-Feb-2013 Saturday; Festsaal Kreuzberg; Berlin
17-Feb-2013 Sunday; Le Magasin 4; Bruxelles


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