A DOZEN FURIES, who won a highly coveted tour spot on Ozzfest 2005 after beating out North Carolina's CYNDER (now CYN) in MTV's "Battle for Ozzfest" finale, have been tapped to open the remaining dates of the first leg of DISTURBED's Jägermeister Music Tour after current opener CORROSION OF CONFORMITY finishes on December 14. The band will open the following show dates:
Dec. 16 - Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA
Dec. 17 - Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA
Dec. 19 - 9:30 Club – Washington, D.C.
Dec. 20 - 9:30 Club – Washington, D.C.
Dec. 22 - Ram's Head Live – Baltimore, MD
A DOZEN FURIES are currently on tour with GWAR and DEVILDRIVER in support of their Sanctuary Records debut album "A Concept of Fire", which came out in September. The album was mixed by Josh Wilbur (ATREYU, STILL REMAINS, FUEL, CHEVELLE).
Formed in late 2003, A DOZEN FURIES had previously released a self-produced EP ("Rip These Stars Down") and have toured extensively. The group's guitarist Marc Serrano, who was chosen to represent A DOZEN FURIES in MTV's "Battle for Ozzfest" competition, had performed at Ozzfest 2003 as part of the now-defunct former Maverick recording artists UNLOCO.
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