TESTAMENT, MORBID ANGEL, MARDUK, NUCLEAR ASSAULT and PRO-PAIN are rumored to be teaming up for next year's No Mercy Festival tour, which is tentatively scheduled to kick off on April 8th in London, England.
The following dates are tentative and have yet to be officially confirmed:
Apr. 08 – London, UK @ TBA
Apr. 09 – Paris, FRA @ TBA
Apr. 10 – Essen, GER @ TBA
Apr. 11 – Leipzig, GER @ TBA
Apr. 12 – Vienna, AUT @ TBA
Apr. 13 – Wels, AUT @ TBA
Apr. 14 – Pratteln, SWI @ TBA
Apr. 15 – Milano, ITA @ TBA
Apr. 16 – Munchen, GER @ TBA
Apr. 17 – Berlin, GER @ TBA
Apr. 18 – Ludwigsburg, GER @ TBA
Apr. 19 – Strasbourg, FRA @ TBA
Apr. 20 – Antwerpen, BEL @ TBA
Apr. 21 – Tilburg, NETH @ TBA
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