X-WARD, the new project led by Dr. Chud, will kick off their 2003 "Diagnosis for Death" tour in Baltimore, Maryland on October 17. Dr. Chud, best known as the drummer for the MISFITS (1995-2000) and the post-MISFITS project GRAVES, steps out from behind the kit to handle vocals in the new group. The band's lineup is completed by Sal Bee (bass), Fish (guitar), and Al-X (drums).
X-WARD tour dates:
Oct. 17 - Baltimore, MD @ The Sidebar Tavern
Oct. 19 - Toronto, Canada @ 360
Oct. 20 - Hamilton, Canada @ The Underground
Oct. 22 - Stroudsburg, PA @ The Sanctuary
Oct. 23 - Dayton, OH @ Jags
Oct. 24 - Cincinnati, OH @ Sudsy's
Oct. 25 - Des Moines, IA @ Hairy Mary's
Oct. 26 - Cudahy, WI @ VNUK's
Oct. 27 - Minneapolis, MN @ The Urban Wild Life Club
Oct. 28 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
Oct. 29 - Charleston, WV @ Sound Factory
Oct. 31 - Pittston, PA @ The Staircase
Nov. 01 - Centereach, NY @ Kings Club
Nov. 04 - New York, NY @ Don Hills
More dates to be announced. For more details and to hear X-WARD's first single, "Spiderbaby", check out www.drchud.com and www.drchudsxward.com. X-WARD's new CD, "Diagnosis For Death", is slated for release in November.
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