BLEEDING THROUGH To Support AVENGED SEVENFOLD On U.K. Tour

Orange County, CA-based sextet BLEEDING THROUGH has been confirmed as the support act for AVENGED SEVENFOLD on their upcoming U.K. tour. The dates are as follows:

Oct. 20 - Apollo, Manchester
Oct. 22 - Carling Academy, Newcastle
Oct. 23 - Barrowland, Glasgow
Oct. 25 - The Civic Hall, Wolverhampton-
Oct. 26 - Carling Academy, Brixton
Oct. 27 - Cardiff University, Cardiff
Oct. 29 - Norwich U.E.A., Norwich
Oct. 30 - Southampton Guildhall, Southampton
Oct. 31 - Rock City, Nottingham
Nov. 02 - Leeds University Union, Leeds
Nov. 03 - Ambassador Theatre, Dublin

BLEEDING THROUGH's latest album, "The Truth", was released in January via Trustkill Records. The follow-up to 2003's "This Is Love, This Is Murderous" was produced by Rob Caggiano (CRADLE OF FILTH, ANTHRAX).

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