CRYPTOPSY: U.S. Tour Dates Announced

Canadian death metallers CRYPTOPSY have announced the first dates for their upcoming U.S. tour. Venue details will be revealed soon. The dates are as follows:

Feb. 23 - Long Island, NY @ TBA
Feb. 24 - Springfield, VA @ TBA
Feb. 25 - Fayetteville, NC @ TBA
Feb. 26 - Nashville, TN @ TBA
Feb. 27 - Atlanta, GA @ TBA
Feb. 28 - Jacksonville, FL @ TBA
Mar. 04 - Houston, TX @ TBA
Mar. 08 - Albuquerque, NM @ TBA
Mar. 09 - Tucson, AZ @ TBA
Mar. 10 - Phoenix, AZ @ TBA
Mar. 16 - Seattle, WA @ TBA
Mar. 18 - Denver, CO @ TBA
Mar. 19 - Fort Collins, CO @ TBA
Mar. 21 - Cleveland, OH @ TBA

The upcoming trek will be CRYPTOPSY's first tour in the United States since 2002 and the first-ever U.S. tour for the band's returning lead vocalist, Lord Worm. For the remainder of next year, CRYPTOPSY are expected to focus on the production of their fifth album, tentatively due in the fall of 2005 through Century Media Records.


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