Candlelight Records has announced the initial confirmed dates for the label's first tour of the U.S. Featuring ENTOMBED, CROWBAR, PRO-PAIN and introducing THE MIGHTY NIMBUS, the trek will kick off on the eve of the stateside release of CROWBAR's new album, "Lifesblood for the Downtrodden" and the self-titled debut from THE MIGHTY NIMBUS.

Dates and venues confirmed as of press time include:

Feb. 07 - B.B. Kings Blues Club - New York NY
Feb. 08 - Jaxx Nite Club - Springfield VA
Feb. 09 - Trocadero Theater - Philadelphia PA
Feb. 11 - Northern Lights - Clifton Park NY
Feb. 12 - The Chance - Poughkeepsie NY
Feb. 14 - House of Blues - Cleveland OH
Feb. 15 - Joe's - Chicago IL
Feb. 16 - Ascot Room - Minneapolis MN
Feb. 17 - Ranch Bowl - Omaha NE
Feb. 18 - Gothic Theater - Englewood CO
Feb. 19 - Lo Fi Cafe - Salt Lake City UT
Feb. 21 - Fat Tuesday's - Spokane WA
Feb. 22 – Graceland - Seattle WA
Feb. 23 - Sabala's @ Mt. Tabor Theater - Portland OR
Feb. 26 - House of Blues - Los Angeles CA

More dates are expected to be added.


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