New Jersey's GOD FORBID will be touring Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Alaska for the first time this March. The group is currently wrapping up its Revolver-sponsored "Chains of Humanity Tour" that also features extreme metal titans GOATWHORE, MNEMIC, ARSIS and BYZANTINE. This tour is GOD FORBID's first headlining run in support of their latest album, "IV: Constitution of Treason", and its new video from that release, "Chains of Humanity", edited by David Brodsky (DIECAST, GWAR, THE RED CHORD), focuses on the group's diehard fanbase. Click here to check it out now.
GOD FORBID will film its hometown show at Starland Ballroom on February 18 for its first DVD.
GOD FORBID international itinerary:
Mar. 01 - Cafe Iguana - Monterrey - MX
Mar. 02 - Hard Rock Live - Mexico City - MX
Mar. 04 - Gomez Palacia - Torreon - MX (w/ DEICIDE)
Mar. 09 - Mayaguez Cafe - Mayaguez - PR (w/ FULL BLOWN CHAOS)
Mar. 10 - LaCuadra Sports Bar - Gurabo - PR (w/ FULL BLOWN CHAOS)
Mar. 20 - Amplifier Bar - Perth - AU
Mar. 21 - Fowlers Live - Adelaide - AU
Mar. 22 - The Corner Hotel - Melbourne - AU
Mar. 23 - The Gaelic Theatre - Sydney - AU
Mar. 24 - Overcranked Festival - Brisbane - AU
Mar. 25 - Hysteria - Auckland - NZ
Mar. 29 - Chilkoot Charlie's - Anchorage, Alaska
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