PRO-PAIN Replace DEATH ANGEL On KREATOR's North American Tour

According to PRO-PAIN vocalist/bassist Gary Meskil, PRO-PAIN have replaced DEATH ANGEL on the the upcoming KREATOR "Enemy of God" North American tour. Also appearing on the bill will be VADER and THE AUTUMN OFFERING.

KREATOR's "Enemy of God" North American tour is scheduled to kick off April 3 at B.B. King's in New York City. A complete list of the currently confirmed tour dates can be found at this location.

As previously reported, PRO-PAIN will be releasing their first official DVD, "Raw Video", on April 19 via Candlelight Records. The DVD's release will follow the completion of the band's first U.S. tour in many years alongside labelmates ENTOMBED and CROWBAR, which launched February 7 in New York City.

"Raw Video" contains PRO-PAIN's extensive catalog of promotional and conceptual video clips filmed between 1992 and 2004, including "Pound for Pound", "In for the Kill", their latest video "Can You Feel It", and more. The DVD also contains a special live concert filmed at Die Rohre in Stuttgart, Germany during the band's 2001 European tour.

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In addition to "Raw Video", Candlelight Records has confirmed PRO-PAIN as a performer at the 7th annual New England Metal & Hardcore Festival, scheduled for April 22-24 at The Palladium in Worcester MA. It will be the band's first performance at the popular U.S. festival.

(Thanks: Mark Skaar)


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