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Neurosis Announces Support Acts For Upcoming Tour Dates

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As Neurosis continues to dominate audiences across the U.S. in support of tenth studio LP, "Honor Found In Decay," the band’s impending performances in Denver, Colorado and Austin, Texas are now just days away.

Opening support for Neurosis’ show at Denver’s Summit Music Hall this Saturday, February 16th will be provided by locally-based instrumental heavy rock quintet Native Daughters, as well as folk/gospel-inspired Americana of Munly & The Lupercalians, featuring Jay Munly of Slim Cessna's Auto Club.

Neurosis’ Emo’s East show in Austin on Sunday, February 17th will feature opening support from Little Rock, Arkansas’ apocalyptic sludge harbingers Rwake. Direct support will be provided by legendary Houston-based noise/industrial punks The Pain Teens. Having only reunited for a Trance Syndicate label reunion in late 2012, the eclectic act’s special performance will significantly enhance the evening, as The Pain Teens and Neurosis have not shared the stage since 1991.

On the Summer solstice, Neurosis is confirmed to take part in 2013’s installment of the massive Hellfest festival in Clisson, France. The gathering runs from June 21st through 23rd, and will see Neurosis sharing the stage with Kiss, ZZ Top, Down, Bad Religion, At The Gates, Kreator, and hundreds more.

Footage from Neurosis’ recent live offensives in January has surfaced. View “At The Well” and “Locust Star” from Brooklyn’s Masonic Temple and “The Tide” at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer below. You can also catch the band live:

2/16/2013 Summit Music Hall - Denver, CO w/ Native Daughters, Munly & The Lupercalians
2/17/2013 Emo’s East - Austin, TX w/ The Pain Teens, Rwake
6/21/2013 Hellfest - Clisson, France w/ Kiss, ZZ Top, Down, Bad Religion, etc.

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