THE HAUNTED To Support KILLSWITCH ENGAGE On European Tour

Swedish thrashers THE HAUNTED have been confirmed as main support for KILLSWITCH ENGAGE on their European tour, set to take place January-February 2007. As a result, THE HAUNTED will be forced to postpone the majority of its previously announced European headline dates. "Don't worry, we're not canceling — just postponing," the band says in a statement. "Look out for new headline dates later in 2007."

THE HAUNTED supporting KILLSWITCH ENGAGE:

Jan. 07 - Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
Jan. 08 - Glasgow, SCO @ Barrowlands
Jan. 10 - Dublin, IRE @ Ambassador Theatre
Jan. 11 - Manchester, UK @ Academy
Jan. 12 - Birmingham, UK @ Academy
Jan. 13 - London, UK @ Brixton Academy
Jan. 14 - Bristol, UK @ Academy
Jan. 16 - Paris, FRA @ Elysee Montmartre
Jan. 17 - Utrecht, NL @ Tivoli
Jan. 18 - Antwerpen, BEL @ Hof Ter Lo
Jan. 19 - Herford, GER @ X
Jan. 20 - Hamburg, GER @ Große Freiheit 36
Jan. 25 - Berlin, GER @ Postbahnhof
Jan. 26 - Chemnitz, GER @ Südbahnhof
Jan. 27 - Wiesbaden, GER @ Schlachthof
Jan. 28 - Köln, GER @ Live Music Hall
Jan. 29 - Stuttgart, GER @ Longhorn LKA
Jan. 31 - München, GER @ Backstage
Feb. 01 - Zürich, SWI @ Rohstofflager
Feb. 02 - Milan, ITA @ Transilvania
Feb. 03 - Linz, AUS @ Posthof

As previously reported, THE HAUNTED has uploaded a 10-minute video diary from part one of the band's world tour in support of its new album, "The Dead Eye". Watch it at YouTube.com.

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THE HAUNTED has launched its own YouTube video channel at this location.

THE HAUNTED's video for the song "The Flood" has been posted online at this location. The clip was directed by Roger Johansson (ARCH ENEMY, HAMMERFALL, SOILWORK) in Sweden. The track comes off the new THE HAUNTED album, "The Dead Eye", which came out on Oct. 31 via Century Media Records. A "making of" feature for the "The Flood" video can be viewed here. An e-card featuring two tracks from the CD — "The Medication" and "The Drowning" — can be accessed at this location.

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