DANZIG: Australian Tour Dates Announced

DANZIG have announced the details of their first tour of Australia since 1993. The dates are as follows:

Sep. 08 - Melbourne, AUS @ The Palace
Sep. 09 - Brisbane, AUS @ The Arena
Sep. 10 - Sydney, AUS @ Luna Park

Support at the shows will come from DOYLE WOLFGANG VON FRANKENSTEIN.

As previously reported, Glenn Danzig will be coming on stage to perform a few numbers with Hank III (ASSJACK, SUPERJOINT RITUAL) at the June 6 (06/06/06) show in Hollywood at the Henry Fonda Theatre. Also scheduled to perform are ALKALINE TRIO, 45 GRAVE and EYEHATEGOD, among others.

Glenn's "Black Aria II" CD, the follow-up to 1993's "Black Aria", has been completed and will be released later this year. Glenn is also in the process of shooting his first feature film, "Gerouge", which he has written and will direct. "Gerouge" is based on one of the comic book titles distributed by his Verotik publishing company, and concerns turn-of-the-century New Orleans voodoo.

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