France's DAGOBA will support England's KILL II THIS and the USA's SLITHERYN (the band produced by SLIPKNOT singer Corey Taylor) on their joint French tour starting next week. The dates are as follows:

Nov. 21 – Colmar, FRA @ Le Grillen (w/ KILL II THIS only)
Nov. 22 – Maurepas, FRA @ Café de la plage (w/ KILL II THIS only)
Nov. 28 – Nantes, FRA @ Le Floride (w/ KILL II THIS only)
Nov. 29 – Montlucon, FRA @ MJC
Nov. 30 – Paris, FRA @ La Locomotive
Dec. 04 – Nancy, FAR @ MJC (w/ KILL II THIS only)
Dec. 05 – Bevey, SWI @ Le Rocking Chair
Dec. 06 – Strasbourg, FRA @ La Laiterie (w/ SLITHERYN only)

DAGOBA, who describe their music as "pure fuckin' loud metal," will be touring in support of their self-titled debut, which was released in France in June through the Enternote/EMI label. A song from the album, "The White Guy and the Black Ceremony", can be downloaded in MP3 format at this location.

"Dagoba" was recorded at Praxis studios in Nice, France and was mixed at Philia studios in Oxford, England by Dave Chang (STAMPIN' GROUND, LINEA 77, ORANGE GOBLIN).


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