DEATH ANGEL Announces European Headlining Tour

San Francisco Bay Area metal veterans DEATH ANGEL will embark on a European headlining tour in March/April 2011. Support on the trek will come from Greek thrashers SUICIDAL ANGELS.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Mar. 13 - (HUN) Budapest - Durer Kert
Mar. 15 - (ROM) Cluj Napoca - [to be announced]
Mar. 16 - (ROM) Bucharest - Silverchurch
Mar. 17 - (BUL) Sofia - Blue Box
Mar. 18 - (TUR) Istanbul - Oldschool
Mar. 19 - (GRE) Thessaloniki - 8ball
Mar. 20 - (GRE) Athens - 7 Sins
Mar. 22 - (B&H) Sarajevo - Cinemas Sloga
Mar. 23 - (CRO) Zagreb - Mochvara
Mar. 24 - (SLO) Ljubljana - Menza
Mar. 25 - (ITA) Romagnano Sesia (Novara) - Rock'N'Roll Arena
Mar. 26 - (ITA) Pinarella Di Cervia - Rockplanet
Mar. 27 - (ITA) Rome - Blackout
Mar. 29 - (A) Graz - Explosiv
Mar. 30 - (CZ) Cheb - Kas
Mar. 31 - (POL) Wroclaw - Firlej
Apr. 01 - (POL) Warsaw - Progresja
Apr. 02 - (POL) Katowice - Mega Club

DEATH ANGEL's new video, "Truce", can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in Los Angeles with director Robert Sexton (SOULFLY, THE DWARVES, MONDO GENERATOR, AMEN).

Sexton previously worked with DEATH ANGEL on the clip for the track "Dethroned" off the the band's 2008 effort "Killing Season".

"Truce" comes off DEATH ANGEL's latest album, "Relentless Retribution", which sold 2,700 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The CD landed at position No. 10 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200. The band's previous album, "Killing Season", opened with around 2,300 units back in March 2008. This number was in line with the performance of its predecessor, "The Art of Dying", which registered a first-week sales tally of around 2,100 back in May 2004.

Visit DEATH ANGEL's newly redesigned web site at for more information and a complete list of tour dates.


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