NODE: More Tour Dates Announced
Italian extreme metallers NODE have announced more dates as part of their "As Node Kills Tour 2006":
Supporting LACUNA COIL, POISONBLACK:
Sep. 26 - Milan, ITA @ Alcatraz
Sep. 28 - Barcelona, SPA @ Razmatazz 2
Sep. 29 - Madrid, SPA @ Madrid Arena
Sep. 30 - Bergara, SPA @ Jam
Oct. 01 - Bordeaux, FRA @ Berbey
Oct. 02 - Clermont, FRA @ Ferrant Cooperative De Mai
Oct. 03 - Paris, FRA @ Olympia
Oct. 14 - Bologna, ITA @ Kindergarten
Oct. 20 - Brescia, ITA @ La Sfinge
Oct. 21 - Chiasso, CH @ Murrayfield Pub
Oct. 27 - Albignasego, ITA @ Country Star
Oct. 28 - Gorizia, ITA @ Rock Club
Nov. 03 - Mozzate, ITA @ Motorockas
Nov. 18 - Prato, ITA @ Anomalia Club
Dec. 07 - Cremona, ITA @ Midian
NODE's fourth full-length album, "As God Kills", was released earlier in the year via Massacre Records. The CD was recorded at Underground Studios in Våsteras, Sweden and produced by Pelle Saether and NODE.
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