DARK TRANQUILLITY, SOILWORK To Team Up For Japanese Tour

DARK TRANQUILLITY and SOILWORK will be teaming up for a Japanese tour in May. Confirmed dates are as follows:

May 01 – Nagoya, JPN - Club Quattro
May 02 – Osaka, JPN - Big Cat
May 03 – Tokyo, JPN - Shibuya Ax

In other DARK TRANQUILLITY-related news, the band commenced the mixing process for their as-yet-untitled seventh studio album, due later in the year through Century Media Records. The sessions, which are taking place at Studio Fredman in Gothburg, Sweden, "are going fine," according to a post on the group's web site.

As previously reported, DARK TRANQUILLITY will celebrate their 15th birthday by releasing a double CD featuring rare and previously unreleased material. The set, entitled "Exposures - In Retrospect And Denial", is due on May 31 through Century Media Records. For more information, click here.

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