AS I LAY DYING To Support LAMB OF GOD In The U.K.

San Diego, CA's hardcore-laced metal band AS I LAY DYING have been confirmed as the support act on LAMB OF GOD's upcoming U.K. tour beginning in late November. Prior to the LAMB OF GOD tour, AS I LAY DYING will play three headlining shows in Holland and Germany. Confirmed dates are as follows:

AS I LAY DYING headlining:

Nov. 26 – Arnhem, NETH @ Goudvishal
Nov. 27 – Berlin, GER @ Kato
Nov. 28 - Karlsruhe, GER @ Schlachthof

w/ LAMB OF GOD, THROWDOWN:

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Nov. 29 - Oxford, UK @ Zodiac
Nov. 30 - Manchester, UK @ Academy 3
Dec. 01 - Birmingham, UK @ Academy 2
Dec. 02 - Leeds, UK @ Cockpit
Dec. 03 - Newcastle, UK @ Northumbria Uni
Dec. 05 - Glasgow, UK @ King Tuts
Dec. 06 - Liverpool, UK @ Uni
Dec. 07 - Cardiff, UK @ Ifor Bach
Dec. 08 - Exeter, UK @ Lemon Grove
Dec. 09 - Brighton, UK @ Concorde 2
Dec. 10 - London, UK @ Mean Fiddler
Dec. 11 - Colchester, UK @ Arts Centre

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