ANTHRAX will be joined by KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, and SOILWORK on their upcoming headlining tour of Japan and Australia. The dates are as follows:
Apr. 12 - Sapporo, JPN @ Penny Lane
Apr. 14 - Tokyo, JPN @ O-EAST
Apr. 15 - Tokyo, JPN @ O-EAST
Apr. 17 - Osaka, JPN @ Hatch
Apr. 19 - Fukuoka, JPN @ Logos
Apr. 20 - Hiroshima, JPN @ Club Quattro
Apr. 21 - Nagoya, JPN @ Club Quattro
Apr. 23 – Adelaide, AUS @ Heaven
Apr. 24 – Brisbane, AUS @ The Arena
Apr. 25 – Melbourne, AUS @ The Palace
Apr. 26 – Sydney, AUS @ The Metro
Apr. 27 – Sydney, AUS @ The Met
Additional support in Australia will come from EMBODIMENT 12:14.
As previously reported, ANTHRAX will release their much-anticipated live DVD, "Music Of Mass Destruction", on April 6 through Sanctuary Records. Filmed at a sold-out Metro in Chicago on Friday, December 5, 2003, "Music Of Mass Destruction" reportedly captures what is being described as "the show to define the band's legendary career."
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