PINK CREAM 69 To Tour Germany With AXXIS

PINK CREAM 69 have announced the details of their upcoming German co-headlining tour with AXXIS.

As previously reported, PINK CREAM 69 have set "Thunderdome" as the tentative title for the follow-up to 2001's "Endangered", due on January 26 through SPV Records.

The album was recorded and mixed at House Of Audio studio in Karlsdorf, Germany and was produced by PINK CREAM 69 bassist Dennis Ward.

PINK CREAM 69 w/ AXXIS:

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Mar. 05 – Obermarchtal, GER @ Festhalle
Mar. 06 – Kaufbeuren, GER @ Zeppelinhalle
Mar. 07 – Karlsruhe, GER @ Festhalle
Mar. 08 - Bremen, GER @ Aladin
Mar. 09 – Berlin, GER @ Halford
Mar. 11 – Aschaffenburg, GER @ Colosaal
Mar. 12 – Ingolstadt, GER @ Ohrakel
Mar. 13 – Tuttlingen, GER @ Alte Festhalle
Mar. 14 – Bochum, GER @ Matrix
Mar. 16 – Hamburg, GER @ Markthalle
Mar. 17 – Nürnberg, GER @ Hirsch
Mar. 18 - Ludwigsburg, GER @ Rockfabrik
Mar. 19 - Pirmasens, GER @ Quasimodo

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