GLEN BENTON To Front DEICIDE And VITAL REMAINS On 'The God Killers Tour Part 2'

DEICIDE frontman Glen Benton will be doing double duty with both DEICIDE and VITAL REMAINS on the two bands' "The God Killers Tour Part 2" tour, which is scheduled to kick off April 5 in Santa Ana, California. Also appearing on the bill are DESOLATION and CREMATORIUM. The dates are as follows:

Apr. 05 - Santa Ana, CA @ Galaxy Theater
Apr. 06 - Corona, CA @ Showcase
Apr. 07 - El Paso, TX @ House of Rock N roll
Apr. 08 - Phoenix, AZ @ Metal Devestation Fest Phoneix, AZ
Apr. 09 - Hollywood, CA @ Knitting Factory
Apr. 10 - Modesto, CA @ Fat Cats Music House
Apr. 11 - Seattle, WA @ Studio 7
Apr. 12 - Spokane, WA @ Fat Tuesdays
Apr. 13 - Portland, OR @ Rock 'n' Roll Pizza
Apr. 14 - Concord, CA @ Bourbon Room
Apr. 15 - Orangevale, CA @ Boardwalk
Apr. 16 - San Marcos, CA @ Jumping Turtle
Apr. 17 - Las Vegas, NV @ Celebrity Club


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