Open Grave Records has announced the first official label tour sponsored in part by Unrestrained! magazine. The trek is scheduled to take place March 6, 2007 – April 3, 2007 and will feature DOWNLORD (featuring ex-members of BENEDICTION, BOLT THROWER and INIQUITY), NECRODEMON, CLOUDS TURNED BLACK and A DARK TOMORROW. The tour will travel through 24 U.S. cities. Booking is being handled by Connecticut-based Dragons Wing Entertainment and Booking. Dragon's Wing can be reached via www.dragonswingbooking.com. Tour dates and locations to be announced as they are made available.As previously reported, DOWNLORD has released a rough-mix version of the song "Sleep Forever" from its forthcoming debut album, "Random Dictionary of the Damned", due out later this year on Open Grave Records. The track can be downloaded by visiting DOWNLORD's web site.
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