BLESSED BY A BROKEN HEART: European Dates Announced

After playing a sold-out UK-only tour with ENTER SHIKARI in 2006, Montreal, Canada's BLESSED BY A BROKEN HEART will invade Europe in January and early February for its first full European tour with Century Media labelmates MAROON as well as UK darlings BRING ME THE HORIZON and ARCHITECTS.

The band has been busy touring the US with the likes of KITTIE, SILENT CIVILIAN, IT DIES TODAY, BRING ME THE HORIZON, THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA and A DAY TO REMEMBER.

For a list of upcoming shows, click here.

BLESSED BY A BROKEN HEART's sophomore album, "Pedal To The Metal", is scheduled for release in the spring. The effort was recorded by GGGarth Richardson (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, KISS, ATREYU, NICKELBACK, RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, TESTAMENT) and mixed by Mike Hatalak from IT DIES TODAY.

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