BARONESS Announces European Tour Dates

Savannah, Georgia's BARONESS has announced a headlining European tour in April. The trek will include performances at the Lacrymal festival in France and the already sold-out Roadburn festival in the Netherlands.

BARONESS, who appeared as part of the free Scion Rock Fest this past weekend in Atlanta, is currently writing material for the follow-up album to the band's critically acclaimed "The Red Album". Recording will commence in late spring/early summer for a late 2009 release.

"The Red Album" came out September 4, 2007. The effort was recorded at the Jam Room in Columbia, South Carolina and produced by KYLESA's Phillip Cope.

Upcoming BARONESS shows:

Mar. 20 - Asheville, NC - University Of North Carolina
Apr. 09 - Antwerp, Belgium - Trix
Apr. 10 - Birmingham, UK - The Hare and Hounds
Apr. 11 - Sheffield, UK - The Corporation
Apr. 12 - Bristol, UK - The Croft
Apr. 13 - London, UK - Underworld
Apr. 15 - Nantes, France - La Barakason
Apr. 19 - Toulouse, France - Lacrymal Festival
Apr. 20 - Besancon, France - Cousty Bar
Apr. 21 - Stuttgart, Germany - Shocken
Apr. 22 - Koln, Germany - Gebaude 9
Apr. 23 - Tilburg, Netherlands - 013 ( Roadburn 2009)


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