Australia's symphonic/gothic/classical act VIRGIN BLACK has added a few impromptu tour dates in both New York and Canada prior to touring Mexico starting June 22, 2007.
The band will kick off a two-week tour with Finland's TO/DIE/FOR on June 26 at Jaxx in Springfield, VA. Also on the bill are SHATTER MESSIAH and EPICUREAN.
VIRGIN BLACK tour dates:
Jun. 11 - Lit Lounge - New York, NY
Jun. 18 - The Embassy - London, ON
Jun. 19 - Metal Bar - Toronto, ON
Jun. 22 - Cafe Iguana - Monterrey, Mexico
Jun. 23 - Circo Volador - Distrito Federal, Mexico
Jun. 24 - Teatro Estudio Cavaret - Guadalajara, Jalisco
With TO/DIE/FOR, SHATTER MESSIAH, EPICUREAN:
Jun. 27 - Jaxx - Springfield, VA
Jun. 28 - Volume 11 - Raleigh, NC
Jun. 29 - Breakers Muisc Hall- Atlanta, GA
Jul. 03 - Bonds 007 -San Antonio, TX
Jul. 04 - Redrum - Austin, TX
Jul. 07 - Brick By Brick - San Diego, CA
Jul. 08 - The Knitting Factory - Hollywood, CA
Jul. 10 - El Corazon - Seattle, WA
Jul. 12 - Iliff Park Saloon - Aurora, CO
Jul. 14 - The Rock - Maplewood, MN
VIRGIN BLACK released its album "Requiem - Mezzo Forte" in April through The End Records.
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