DISMEMBER To Tour Baltic States In July

Swedish death metallers DISMEMBER have confirmed three exclusive gigs in the Baltic states (Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia) — the first time ever for DISMEMBER in these countries. The group's current itinerary is shaping up as follows:

Jun. 05 – Cleveland, OH - BW&BK Six-Pack Weekend 2
Jun. 12 – Ballylinan, IRE - Day of Darkness Festival
Jun. 18 – Caserta, ITA - Oddly Shed
Jun. 19 – Catania, ITA - Krossower Live
Jun. 20 – Tradate, ITA - Hellblast Festival
Jul. 08 – Borlänge, SWE - Peace & Love Festival
Jul. 15 – Riga, LAT - Aura
Jul. 16 – Vilnius, LIT -Mulen Ruzas
Jul. 17 - Vana-Vigala, EST - Hard Rock Laager 2004
Jul. 18 – Helsinki, FIN - Tuska Festival
Jul. 31 – Steenwijk, NETH - Stonehenge Festival
Aug. 14 - Bad Berka, GER - Party.San Open Air
Sep. 16 – Amstelveen, NETH - P'60
Sep. 17 – Groningen, NETH - Vera
Sep. 18 – Vosselaar, BEL - Biebob
Sep. 19 – Tilburg, NETH - 013


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