SUICIDE CITY To Support TAKING BACK SUNDAY

SUICIDE CITY (formerly RODEK), the new band featuring BIOHAZARD guitarist/vocalist Billy Graziadei and former KITTIE bassist Jennifer Arroyo, will be supporting TAKING BACK SUNDAY on an 11-date tour beginning on April 13. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Apr. 13 - New Daisy Theatre - Memphis, TN
Apr. 14 - Pop's - Sauget, IL 62201
Apr. 15 - Egyptian Room - Indianapolis, IN
Apr. 16 - House Of Blues – Chicago, IL
Apr. 17 - Clutch Cargos - Pontiac, MI
Apr. 18 - House Of Blues - Cleveland, OH
Apr. 19 - The Poison Room - Cincinnati, OH
Apr. 20 - Greene Street - Greensboro, NC
Apr. 21 - The Norva - Norfolk, VA
Apr. 22 - Umbc Fieldhouse - Baltimore, MD
Apr. 23 - Trocadero - Philadelphia, PA

Since the May 2005 release of their self-financed EP, entitled "Not My Year", SUICIDE CITY have reportedly sold over 4,000 CDs hand to hand, without the help of "proper" distribution.

For more information, visit www.suicidecity.com.

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