British black metal pioneers VENOM will be embarking on the "7 Days of Hell" North American tour in late August. The seven-show trek, which will kick off on August 13 and conclude on August 28, will feature DEVILDRIVER in the support slot. So far, the following dates have been released:
Aug. 15 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Trocadero
Aug. 18 - Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre
Aug. 20 - Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Aug. 22 - Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
Aug. 24 - Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
Aug. 25 - Hollywood, CA @ House of Blues
VENOM's new album, "Metal Black", was released in North America on April 4 via Sanctuary Records. The CD was mixed at the Townhouse Studios in London and contains 14 new songs.
VENOM recently recorded a session for the BBC at London's Maida Vale studios. The session, which was broadcast on Radio 1 on April 11 during Mike Davies' "Rock Show", marked the second BBC recording by VENOM since 1985, when they laid down four tracks for Tommy Vance's "Friday Rock Show".
VENOM have lined up a number of European dates during the coming months.
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