MENDEED: More U.K. Dates Announced

Glasgow-based modern metallers MENDEED have announced the updated details of their upcoming U.K. tour. Support on the shows will come from KINGSIZE BLUES and SOLITUDE. The dates are as follows:

Oct. 03 - Southampton - Joiners Arms
Oct. 04 - Plymouth - University
Oct. 05 - Oxford - Zodiac
Oct. 06 - Manchester - Academy 3
Oct. 07 - Newcastle - Academy 2
Oct. 08 - Glasgow - King Tuts
Oct. 09 - Stoke - Sugarmill
Oct. 10 - Cardiff - Walkabout
Oct. 11 - Norwich - Waterfront
Oct. 12 - London - Underworld
Oct. 13 - Nottingham - Rock City
Oct. 14 - Wolverhampton - Wulfrun Hall

MENDEED has been confirmed as support for the NAPALM DEATH / BORN FROM PAIN European tour, kicking off in Newcastle, England, on October 18. You can find the complete dates here.

MENDEED recently completed work on its second album, entitled "The Dead Lived By Love". The follow-up to "This War Will Last Forever" is scheduled for release in February 2007 via Nuclear Blast Records.


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