Northern California's underground metal act FALLON has confirmed a slot at this year's Milwaukee Metalfest (May 11-12) as part of its Fist Of Power Tour 2007, which begins in May. FALLON will be sharing the stage with GOD FORBID and SKINLAB on Saturday, May 12. No less than 50 bands will be performing at this year's festival. Check out www.metalfest.com for tickets and the complete band lineup.

FALLON will shoot video footage for the song "Mutilated" from its new CD, "Back from the Dead", next Saturday, March 10 at The Kennel Club in Sacramento, CA. Fans are being asked to get to the club early and make sure to wear their FALLON t-shirts. The video will be available for viewing at FALLON's MySpace page once it has been completed.

Upcoming FALLON shows:

Mar. 10 - The Kennel Club - Sacramento, CA
Mar. 30 - The Airport Cafe - Chico, CA
Mar. 31 - Rooster's Roadhouse - Alameda, CA
Apr. 13 - Kimo's - San Francisco, CA
May 04 - On the Y - Sacramento, CA
May 12 - Milwaukee MetalFest - Milwaukee, WI


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