Riding high off the success of their fourth album "Guide to Extinction" (Triple X Records), the industrial metal band NOCTURNE has announced that they have teamed up with Jägermeister, MUSHROOMHEAD and DOPE as part of the Music for FREEdom Tour that runs through September.

The Music for FREEdom Tour was designed to give something back to the countless military personnel who have gone above and beyond the call of duty and grants anyone with a valid military I.D. free admission to the show.

NOCTURNE, who is receiving critical acclaim for their latest release, is excited to channel this energy into their stage show this fall and says that this tour may just be the band’s best live experience yet.

Founding member and lead vocalist Lacey Connor and other founding member guitarist Chris Telkes will hit the road with touring bass guitarist Rotten Rotny and special guest touring drummer Ben Graves of MURDERDOLLS (the side project of Joey Jordison of SLIPKNOT), a lineup that Connor says is just about as good as it gets.

NOCTURNE on the FREEdom tour:

Sep. 03 - Magna, UT - The Great Salt Air
Sep. 04 - Englewood, CO - Gothic Theatre
Sep. 08 - Rockford, IL - Forest Hills Lodge
Sep. 09 - Chicago, IL - House of Blues
Sep. 10 - Flint, MI - The Machine Shop
Sep. 12 - State College, PA - Crowbar
Sep. 13 - Allentown, PA - Crocodile Rock Cafe
Sep. 14 - Orono, ME - Ushuaia
Sep. 16 - Columbus, OH - Alrosa Villa
Sep. 17 - Parkman, OH - Nelsen Ledges


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