VADER Announce European Dates

Veteran Polish death metallers VADER have announced a host of European dates during February and April/May.

The details are as follows:

French Tour 2003 with GURKKHAS:

Feb. 15 – Paris, FRA @ Dunois Club
Feb. 16 - Amneville, FRA @ After Club
Feb. 17 - Calais, FRA @ Infernal Club
Feb. 18 - Strasbourg, FRA @ La laiterie Club
Feb. 19 - Grenoble, FRA @ Entrepot
Feb. 20 - Marseille, FRA @ Mirabeau
Feb. 21 - Nantes, FRA @ A La Barague
Feb. 22 - Bordeaux, FRA @ Koslow

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European Tour 2003 with ARKHON INFAUSTUS, ARISE

Apr. 25 - Munster, GER @ Live Area
Apr. 26 - Vosselaar, BEL @ Biebob
Apr. 27 - Rotterdam, NETH @ Baroeg
May 04 - Paris, FRA @ La Locomotive
May 08 - Irun, ESP @ Tunk
May 09 - Barcelona, ESP @ Mephisto
May 10 - Madrid, ESP @ Ritmo & Compas
May 11 - Murcia, ESP @ Moloko


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