IGNITE Launches Contest For Opening Slot On Upcoming European Tour

California hardcore legends IGNITE are preparing to hit the road again on their European club tour in April, supported by TERROR, STRUNG OUT and DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR. In order to round off this screaming tour package, IGNITE has put out a call to all ambitious bands out there to join them as the opening act on the tour.

If youre convinced your band is ready for this special challenge, take action in the contest!

For more information, exact dates and conditions click here.

As an appetizer for the tour, IGNITE has launched a special merch raffle for their fans. In collaboration with Reell Clothing and Trashmark, the band is offering you the chance to win some exclusive items. Just head to this location for detailed information.

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