CHILDREN OF BODOM will embark on a North American headlining tour beginning in late November. Support at the shows will come from AMON AMARTH, SANCTITY and GOJIRA. The dates are as follows:
Nov. 29 - Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero *
Nov. 30 - Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall *
Dec. 01 - Detroit, MI @ Harpo's Concert Theatre
Dec. 02 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Eagles Club
Dec. 04 - Dallas, TX @ Gypsy Ballroom
Dec. 06 - Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
Dec. 08 - San Diego, CA @ Soma
Dec. 09 - Los Angeles, CA @ Wiltern Theatre
Dec. 11 - Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
Dec. 12 - Lawrence, KS @ Granada
Dec. 13 - Minneapolis, MN @ The Quest
Dec. 15 - Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
Dec. 16 - Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
Dec. 17 - New York, NY @ Nokia Theatre
Dec. 18 – Montreal, QC @ Metropolis
* without AMON AMARTH
As previously reported, CHILDREN OF BODOM's DVD, "Chaos Ridden Years – Stockholm Knockout Live", has had its U.S. release date pushed back to October 24 from the previously announced October 10. The DVD will be issued in Finland on October 11 and the rest of Europe on October 16.
Please note that the DVD+2CD "Deluxe Sound & Vision" edition of "Chaos Ridden Years – Stockholm Knockout Live" will only be available in continental Europe via Universal. Spinefarm Records will not release this version in Finland and it will not be issued in the U.S.
As previously reported, the track "Living Dead Beat" from the "Chaos Ridden Years – Stockholm Knockout Live" companion double live CD has been posted online at the band's official MySpace page.
"Chaos Ridden Years – Stockholm Knockout Live" is estimated to contain over three hours of non-stop COB action, including a live concert, videos, and a rare documentary on the band from past to present.
Directed by Patric Ullaeus of the Revolver Film Company, the DVD mainly focuses on the February 5, 2006 live concert in Stockholm, Sweden, featuring over 90 minutes of live excitement. Finalizing the material on this super-packed DVD will be two interviews/documentary-type films about the band's past, present and future directed by Yka Jarvinen (Indie Films OY), a "making of the DVD," and photo gallery.
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