PRIMUS Announce More Tour Dates

The original lineup of PRIMUSLes Claypool (bass/vocals), Tim "Herb" Alexander (drums) and Larry "Ler" Lalonde (guitar) — have announced more dates for their upcoming "Tour de Fromage", which is scheduled to kick off on October 17 at The Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, California. As previously reported, the trek will feature PRIMUS offering an opening set that varies nightly, followed by the full performance of 1991's "Sailing the Seas of Cheese".

Confirmed shows so far are include the following:

Oct. 17 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern Theatre
Oct. 19 – Phoenix, AZ - Celebrity Theater
Oct. 21 – Denver, CO - The Fillmore
Oct. 31 – San Francisco, CA - The Warfield
Nov. 07 – Chicago, IL - Riviera Theater
Nov. 08 – Milwaukee, WI - Eagles Ballroom
Nov. 09 – Detroit, MI - State Theater
Nov. 11 – Columbus, OH - PromoWest Pavilion
Nov. 12 – Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre
Nov. 14 – New York, NY - Roseland Ballroom
Nov. 22 – Montreal, QC - Metropolis
Nov. 23 – Toronto, ON - Kool Haus

PRIMUS will issue a new DVD/CD set, "Animals Should Not Try to Act Like People", on October 7 through Prawn Song/Interscope Records. The DVD will contain all 13 PRIMUS videos, including the little-seen "Lacquer Head" (an anti-drug clip banned by MTV for its drug references), along with 1992's "Cheesy Home Video" documentary, award-winning cartoon "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", and previously unreleased live footage. Included on the CD will be five new songs recorded in June during a session at Rancho Relaxo.


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