San Francisco-based metal merchants SCARECROW, who feature in their ranks frontman Matt Harvey (EXHUMED), will embark on their first tour, a two-week Western U.S. stint with fellow California thrashers FUELED BY FIRE, from December 7 to December 18.

Commented Harvey: "We're definitely fucking psyched to get out of town and do some damage, so save your strength for the day we come to your city!"

The band is touring in support of its upcoming split LP/CD with Arizona-based LANDMINE MARATHON, due in January on Level Plane Records.

Dec. 08 - San Francisco, CA - Annie's Social Club
Dec. 09 - Sacramento, CA - On the Y
Dec. 10 - Portland, OR - Mt. Tabor Legacy
Dec. 11 - Seattle, WA - Studio Seven
Dec. 12 - Ogden, UT - Kamikaze's (Scarecrow only)
Dec. 13 - Denver, CO - The Kingdom of Doom
Dec. 15 - Oklahoma City, OK - The Conservatory
Dec. 16 - Fort Worth, TX - The Rockyard
Dec. 17 - El Paso, TX - Zeppelin's
Dec. 18 - Hollywood, CA - Knitting Factory

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