SACRAMENTAL BLOOD To Team Up With DAKON For 'Eastern Europe Burns Tour'
Serbian death metal band SACRAMENTAL BLOOD will team up with DAKON from the Republic of Moldova for a summer tour in June and July. According to a press release, "Eastern Europe Burns Tour 2008" will "set on fire 13 towns in Romania, Moldova and Ukraine, from June 24 to July 6."
The dates are as follows.
June 24 - Romania - Timisoara @ Metalbox Club
June 25 - Romania - Cluj Napoca @ Irish & Music Pub
June 26 - Romania - Sibiu @ Cotton Bierhaus Club
June 27 - Romania - Brasov @ Kabinet Club
June 28 - Romania - Botosani @ Heartrock fest
June 29 - Moldova - Chisinau @ GL Club
June 30 - Ukraine - Ilicevsk @ Golden Lion club
July 01 - Ukraine - Dnepropetrovsk @ Rock-Cafe
July 02 - Ukraine - Kiev @ Barvy
July 03 - Ukraine - Lutzk @ Maydan
July 05 - Romania - Bucharest @ Live Metal Club
July 06 - Romania - Craiova @ Pistons & Art Club
Two years after their European Blastour 2006, SACRAMENTAL BLOOD and OPHIOLATRY (Brazil) will join forces again and tour Europe in October and November 2008. More information will be made available soon.
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