BEHEMOTH, JOB FOR A COWBOY, MUNICIPAL WASTE, TOXIC HOLOCAUST To Tour Japan

BEHEMOTH, JOB FOR A COWBOY, REVOCATION, MUNICIPAL WASTE, TOXIC HOLOCAUST and WARBRINGER will take part in the next two installments of the "Extreme The Dojo" Japanese travelling mini-festival in April/May 2010. The details are as follows:

"Extreme The Dojo 23" featuring BEHEMOTH, JOB FOR A COWBOY and REVOCATION:

April 05 - Osaka, Japan - Shinsaibashi Club Quattro
April 06 - Nagoya, Japan - Nagoya Club Quattro
April 07 - Tokyo, Japan - Shibuya Club Quattro

"Extreme The Dojo 24" featuring MUNICIPAL WASTE, TOXIC HOLOCAUST and WARBRINGER:

May 12 - Osaka, Japan - Shibuya Club Quattro
May 13 - Nagoya, Japan - Nagoya Club Quattro
May 14 - Tokyo, Japan - Shinsaibashi Club Quattro

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