Dutch metalcore act BORN FROM PAIN will support both SIX FEET UNDER and THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER during the coming months. "We will join THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER on their U.K. leg of the tour," the group write. "Third band on the bill are our friends from MAROON. SIX FEET UNDER will take us on a trip down south to mostly Spain and France and we will be making up for the cancelled Swiss date from last year with SIX FEET UNDER."
BORN FROM PAIN w/ THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER:
Jun. 18 - London, UK - Mean Fiddler
Jun. 19 - Glasgow, UK - Cathouse
Jun. 20 - Manchester, UK - Music Box
Jun. 21 - Sheffield, UK - The plug
Jun. 22 - Milton keynes, UK - The Pitz
BORN FROM PAIN w/ SIX FEET UNDER (venue details to be confirmed):
Aug. 06 - FRA - TBA
Aug. 07 - FRA - TBA
Aug. 08 - SPA - TBA
Aug. 09 - SPA - TBA
Aug. 10 - Dudingen, SWI @ TBA
Aug. 11 - TBA
In other news, BORN FROM PAIN "just got confirmed for the Libfest tour 2006 in Brazil along with our friends in TERROR and CHILDREN OF GAIA!" the band write. "This trip will be our first effort to South America and we will be sure it will be amazing! We will be adding separate dates in Argentina and Chile which will be confirmed very soon."
For a comlete listing of upcoming BORN FROM PAIN tour dates, visit www.bornfrompain.com.
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