DEBRIS INC.: U.S. Tour Dates Announced

DEBRIS INC., the new group featuring SAINT VITUS mainman Dave Chandler and ex-TROUBLE bassist Ron Holzner, have lined up the following U.S. dates during August:

Aug. 04 - Subterranean - Chicago IL
Aug. 05 - Grog Shop - Cleveland OH
Aug. 06 - Speakeasy - Upper Darby PA
Aug. 07 - Dee Dee's - Quincy MA
Aug. 08 - Northsix - Brooklyn NY
Aug. 09 -TBA - Long Branch NJ
Aug. 10 - TBA - Baltimore MD
Aug. 11 - The Khyber - Philadelphia PA
Aug. 12 -TBA
Aug. 13 - Elbo's - Dayton OH

A European tour will follow in late August/early September. A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates can be found at

DEBRIS INC.'s self-titled debut was released in April via Candlelight.

DEBRIS INC. have toured the U.S. with labelmates ORANGE GOBLIN, have made appearances at Templars of Doom, Emissions of the Monolith and Milwaukee Metal festivals (with European sightings at the prestigious Wacken Open Air Festival). The band recently collaborated with Los Angeles-based CRISIS for a reworking of X's "Nausea".


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