SLAVES ON DOPE To Hit The Road
SLAVES ON DOPE have lined up the following dates during the coming weeks:
May 31 - Sacramento, CA - The Boardwalk (ONESIDEZERO)
Jun. 04 - Ft Wayne, IN - Piere's (w/ RA, TWISTED METHOD)
Jun. 05 - Ironton, OH - 3rd Street Showgrounds (w/ RA, TWISTED METHOD)
Jun. 07 - Madison, WI - Annex
Jun. 08 - Chicago Heights, IL - Oasis 160
Jun. 10 - Flint, MI - The Machine Shop (w/ RA, TWISTED METHOD)
Jun. 11 - Traverse City, MI - Streeters (w/ RA, TWISTED METHOD)
Jun. 12 - Grand Rapids, MI - Intersection (w/ RA, TWISTED METHOD)
Jun. 13 - Toledo, OH - Headliner's
Jun. 14 - Louisville, KY - Tek World
Jun. 17 - Rochester, NY - Water Street
Jun. 22 - Hershey, PA - Shakey's
Jun. 24 - Detroit, MI - Emerald (w/ RA, TWISTED METHOD)
Jun. 25 - Chicago Heights, IL - Oasis 160 (w/ RA, TWISTED METHOD)
Jun. 28 – Springfield, IL - Radio Show
SLAVES ON DOPE's sophomore album, "Metafour", is due on June 10 through Bieler Bros./MCA Records. The follow-up to 2000's "Inches From The Mainline" was recorded in Boca Raton, Florida with producer Jason Slater (SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY, EARSHOT).
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