ANTIGAMA: Polish Tour Dates Announced

Polish progressive grindcore quartet ANTIGAMA has announced a string of headlining tour dates in its home country.

The tour, dubbed the "Mind Eaters Tour", will kick off on October 25 in Warszawa and include direct support from fellow Poles NYIA. Also joining the tour is BLINDEAD and TEHACE.

ANTIGAMA is touring in support of its Relapse debut, "Resonance". "Resonance" tracks "Pursuit" and "Psychonaut" can be heard now via the band's MySpace page along with a track from their recently released split 3" CD with Washington, D.C.'s DRUGS OF FAITH.

Oct. 25 - Warszawa, POL - Progresja
Oct. 26 - Rzeszow, POL - Pod Palma
Oct. 27 - Bielsko Biala, POL - Rudeboy Club
Oct. 28 - Krakow, POL - Loch Ness
Oct. 29 - Katowice, POL - Mega Club
Oct. 30 - Wroclaw, POL - Madness
Oct. 31 - Poznan, POL - U Bazyla
Nov. 01 - Szczecin, POL - Alter Ego
Nov. 02 - Olsztyn, POL - Molotov


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