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Landmine Marathon Announces March Tour Dates

Arizona grind masters Landmine Marathon have announced plans for a week-long West Coast tour en route to the Obscene Extreme Festival in Mexico alongside Napalm Death, Phobia, Dying Fetus and many more.

The tour will kick off on March 19th in Las Vegas and continue until the band reaches Mexico City on March 28th. Full dates can be found listed below. Landmine Marathon has also announced that the band will make a European live debut later this year at the European Obscene Extreme Festival in the Czech Republic. More details on their upcoming European plans will be revealed shortly.

Landmind Marathon's new vocalist Krysta Martinez commented, "I couldn't be more excited to be hitting the road for the first time with Landmine Marathon and playing these West Coast dates on our way to Mexico for Obscene Extreme America! Obscene Extreme America truly has one of the most crushing line-ups I've ever seen! I am so glad to be involved!"

The band is now currently writing the follow-up to 2011 release "Gallows," which was awarded "Album of the Month" honors by Terrorizer. Landmine Marathon recently re-recorded two songs ("Bile Towers" and "Dead Horses") with Martinez - both are now available digitally.

3/19 Las Vegas, NV - Bunkhouse Saloon
3/20 Sparks, NV - The Alley
3/21 San Francisco, CA - DNA Lounge
3/22 Portland, OR - Ash Street
3/23 Seattle, WA - Victory Lounge
3/24 Medford, OR - Musichead
3/25 Los Angeles,CA - TBA
3/28-3/30 Mexico City, Mexico - La Marquesa (Obscene Extreme Festival) Landmine Marathon performs on 3/29

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