ENTOMBED To Receive Support From NINE, DISFEAR On European Tour

ENTOMBED will be supported by NINE and DISFEAR on their upcoming tour of Europe, which is scheduled to kick off on September 28 in Munich, Germany.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Sep. 28 – Munich, GER - New Backstage
Sep. 29 – Bochum, GER - Matrix
Sep. 30 - Eindhoven, NETH - Effenaar
Oct. 01 – Amsterdam, NETH - Melkweg
Oct. 02 – Milton Keynes, UK - Woughton Centre
Oct. 03 – London, UK - The Underworld
Oct. 04 – Kontich, BEL - Lintfabriek
Oct. 05 – Paris, FRA - Locomotive club
Oct. 06 – Montpellier, FRA - Rockstore
Oct. 07 – Barcelona, SPA - KGB
Oct. 08 – Madrid, SPA - Caracol
Oct. 09 – Perpignan, FRA - Crock More
Oct. 10 – Treviso, ITA - New Age
Oct. 11 – Wien, AUT - Arena
Oct. 12 – Geneva, SWI - PTR Usine
Oct. 13 – Hamburg, GER - Logo
Oct. 14 – Berlin, GER - Knaack Club


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