Reunited Los Angeles thrashers DARK ANGEL have reportedly been added to the Antwerpen, Belgium (Dec. 20) and Tilburg, Holland (Dec. 21) stops of the upcoming X-Mass Festivals European tour. The trek, which will feature appearances by HYPOCRISY, DESTRUCTION, NILE, VADER, DEW SCENTED, DISBELIEF and MISERY INDEX, will kick off on Dec. 7 in London and will conclude in Tilburg.

The complete X-Mass Festivals itinerary is as follows:

Dec. 07 – London, UK - Mean Fiddler
Dec. 08 – Paris, FRA - La Locomotive
Dec. 09 – Essen, GER - Zeche Carl
Dec. 10 – Osnabruck, GER - Hyde Park
Dec. 11 – Berlin, GER - Columbia Halle Fritz
Dec. 12 – Engelsdorf, GER - Hellraiser
Dec. 13 – Wels, AUT - Schlachthof
Dec. 14 – Vienna, AUT - Arena
Dec. 15 – Milano, ITA - Alcatraz
Dec. 16 – Pratteln, SWI - Z7
Dec. 17 – Ludwigsburg, GER - Rockfabrik
Dec. 18 – Munchen, GER - Elzer Halle
Dec. 19 – Strasbourg, FRA - La Laiterie
Dec. 20 – Antwerpen, BEL - Hof Ter Loo*
Dec. 21 – Tilburg, NETH – 013*



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