APARTMENT 26 To Support EVANESCENCE In The U.K.

APARTMENT 26, who feature in their ranks singer Biff Butler (son of former BLACK SABBATH bassist Geezer Butler), will be supporting EVANESCENCE in the U.K. later this month.

APARTMENT 26 will be touring in support of their sophomore album, "Music For The Massive", due on January 27 through Atlantic Records. The follow-up to 2000's "Hallucinating" (Hollywood) was produced by Tchad Blake and APARTMENT 26 at Real World StudiosPeter Gabriel's state-of-the-art recording studios in Wiltshire near Bath, England.

APARTMENT 26 w/ EVANESCENCE:

Oct. 30 - Carling Apollo – Manchester, UK
Oct. 31 - Carling Apollo - Manchester, UK
Nov. 02 - Cardiff International Arena - Cardiff, UK
Nov. 03 - Woverhampton Civic Hall - Wolverhampton, UK
Nov. 04 - Academy - Glasgow, UK
Nov. 08 - Hammersmith Apollo - London, UK
Nov. 09 - Hammersmith Apollo - London, UK
Nov. 10 - Brixton Academy - London, UK

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