ASESINO To Replace THE AGONY SCENE On Last Three 'Blackest Of The Black' Dates

ASESINO, the death metal/grindcore project featuring ex-FEAR FACTORY/BRUJERIA guitarist Dino Cazares and STATIC-X bassist Tony Campos (on bass/vocals), will reportedly be replacing THE AGONY SCENE on the the last three dates of the "Blackest of the Black" tour. THE AGONY SCENE were apparently forced to drop off the trek due to a death in the family and will not be playing the Dallas, San Antonio and Los Angeles dates. Also joining the package tour — which features DANZIG in the headlining slot, alongside CHIMAIRA, BEHEMOTH, HIMSA and MORTIIS — for the Los Angeles show only will be SKUMLOVE.


Oct. 26 - Dallas, TX @ Nokia Theatre
Oct. 27 - San Antonio, TX @ Graham Central Station
Oct. 29 - Los Angeles, CA @ Gibson Amphitheatre (at Universal CityWalk)

ASESINO recently re-released their debut album, "Corridos De Muerte", via Latin Thug/Hawino Records. The reissue includes a bonus DVD containing live footage, music videos, photo gallery and more.


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