DEATH ANGEL Confirmed For NO MERCY 2003 European Tour

Reunited San Francisco Bay Area metallers DEATH ANGEL will participate in the upcoming No Mercy/Easter Festivals 2003 European tour, according to the official web site of Metallysee Booking Agency. Also scheduled to appear on the trek are TESTAMENT, MARDUK, DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER, NUCLEAR ASSAULT, PRO-PAIN, MALEVOLENT CREATION, DARKANE, and CALLENISH CIRCLE.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Apr. 08 – London, UK - Mean Fiddler
Apr. 09 – Paris, FRA - La Locomotive
Apr. 10 – Essen, GER - Zeche Carl
Apr. 11 – Engelsdorf, GER - Hellraiser
Apr. 12 – Wels, AUT - Schlachthof
Apr. 13 – Ludwigsburg, GER - Rockfabrik
Apr. 14 – Pratteln, SWI - Z7
Apr. 15 – Milan, ITA - Alcatraz
Apr. 16 – Munich, GER - Babylon
Apr. 17 – Strasbourg, FRA - La Laiterie
Apr. 18 – Vienna, AUT - Planete Music
Apr. 19 – Berlin, GER - Columbia Halle
Apr. 20 – Antwerpen, BEL - Hof Ter Loo
Apr. 21 – Tilburg, NETH – 013


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