BLEEDING THROUGH To Team Up With CALIBAN For 'Darkness Over Europe Tour'

BLEEDING THROUGH and CALIBAN will team up for the 2007 "Darkness Over Europe" tour beginning mid-February and running through March 25.

"After we had to pull out of the BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE tour, and then when the AVENGED SEVENFOLD tour was cancelled, we know the people who support this band felt as disappointed as we did," says singer Brandan Schieppati. "We can't wait to get back over there and get in front of all of our fans!"

"Darkness Over Europe" will see support from ALL SHALL PERISH and I KILLED THE PROM QUEEN.

BLEEDING THROUGH's return to Europe will be immediately preceded by a performance at the Independence-D Fest in Tokyo, Japan and the band's first-ever visit to Sao Paulo, Brazil. This all follows the Orange County metal band's most successful year, which saw the release of their new album, "The Truth", cover stories in Metal Edge, Outburn and Chord as well as major press in Kerrang!, Metal Hammer and Revolver, two videos on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" and a return to Ozzfest.

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In the last three years, BLEEDING THROUGH has toured with AFI, SENSES FAIL, SAOSIN and CRADLE OF FILTH, as well as headlined both the Strhess Tour and another full U.S. run sponsored by Paul Frank Clothing.

"Line in the Sand" is the latest song from "The Truth" to hit college and speciality radio, as well as XM and Sirius. The band will shoot a video for the track as soon as possible with a director to be determined.

BLEEDING THROUGH tour dates:

Feb. 04 - Tokyo, JP - Independence-D Fest
Feb. 11 - Sao Paulo, BR - Hangar 110

With CALIBAN, ALL SHALL PERISH:

Feb. 19 - Belfast, IE - Limelight
Feb. 20 - Dublin, IE - Voodoo Lounge
Feb. 21 - Cork, IE - Crisian
Feb. 23 - London, GB - Mean Fiddler
Feb. 24 - Manchester, GB - Academy 2
Feb. 25 - Glasgow, GB - Garage
Feb. 26 - Wolverhampton, GB - Wulfrun Hall
Feb. 27 - Cardiff, GB - Solus
Feb. 28 - Nottingham, GB - Rock City
Mar. 01 - Paris, FR - La Pena Festare
Mar. 02 - Lyon, FR - Marche Gare
Mar. 03 - Barcelona, ES - Sala Apolo
Mar. 04 - Madrid, ES - Sala Caracol
Mar. 06 - Marseille, FR - Jas De Rod
Mar. 07 - Bologne, IT - Estragon
Mar. 08 - Treviso, IT - New Age Club
Mar. 09 - Milano, IT - Transilvania Club
Mar. 10 - Furstenfeld, AT - Stadhalle
Mar. 11 - Budapest, HU - Blue Hall
Mar. 12 - Prague, CZ - Bordo
Mar. 13 - Frankfurt, DE - Batschkapp
Mar. 14 - Munich, DE - Backstage
Mar. 16 - Freiburg, DE - Crash
Mar. 17 - Cologne, DE - Live Music Hall
Mar. 18 - Arhus, DK - Train
Mar. 20 - Malmo, SE - KB
Mar. 21 - Goteburg, SE - Musikens Hus
Mar. 22 - Stockholm, SE - Klubben
Mar. 24 - Berlin, DE - SO 36
Mar. 25 - Den Bosch, NL - Willem 2

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