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Exhumed Announces February Tour Dates With Phobia

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California gore lords Exhumed will return to the road this February alongside grind behemoths Phobia. The short West Coast beat down will commence February 15th in Lancaster, California and conclude February 23 in San Francisco.

The latest stretch of dates follows Exhumed’s maniacal run with Napalm Death and Municipal Waste at the end of the year, which was met with a host of hurdles including being denied entry into Canada and vehicular failure that left them temporarily stranded in Alabama. Comments vocalist/guitarist Matt Harvey:

“As happy as we were to get home for the holidays, we thought we should make time to hang out with our old friends in Phobia and grind through our home state of California. We had so much fun playing out-of-the-way places during the impromptu one-off dates we did during the Napalm Death/Municipal Waste tour, we thought we would hit some nooks and crannies back home that we haven't played in years. Plus, we'll get a chance to get a bunch of our buddies' bands on the bill like POOR, Gravehill, DIS and Mortuous. We've been itching to play some stuff from the new album live and we're working out a seriously revamped setlist for this one, so come on out California! Let's have a few beers, let it loose, and get weird!"

Check out the band's latest tour blog here or catch Exhumed live:

2/15/2013 Industry Theater - Lancaster, CA
2/16/2013 The Yard - San Diego, CA
2/17/2013 TBA - San Luis Obispo, CA
2/18/2013 Slidebar - Fullerton, CA
2/19/2013 Billy O’s - Ventura, CA
2/20/2013 Blue Lagoon - Santa Cruz, CA
2/21/2013 Fat Cat - Modesto, CA
2/22/2013 Whiskey Dicks - Lake Tahoe, CA
2/23/2013 Rockit Room - San Francisco, CA

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