Swedish metallers EVERGREY have lined up the following European tour dates with up-and-coming melodic death metal band AVATAR as support:
Oct. 24 - München (DE), Metropolis
Oct. 25 - Milano (ITA), Rainbow
Oct. 27 - Madrid (ESP), Caracol
Oct. 28 - Bilbao (ESP), Kafe Antzoki
Oct. 29 - Barcelona (ESP), Apolo
Oct. 30 - Lyon (FR), Transbordeur
Oct. 31 - Paris (FR), Nouveau Casino
Nov. 02 - Strasbourg (FR), Laiterie
Nov. 03 - Weert (NL), De Bosuil
Nov. 06 - London (UK), Dingwalls
Nov. 07 - Dudley (UK), JBs
Nov. 08 - Bolton (UK), The Soundhouse
Nov. 09 - Bradford (UK), Rio
Nov. 10 - Zaandam (NL), Kade
Nov. 12 - Bochum (DE), The Matrix
Nov. 13 - Copenhagen (DK), The Rock
EVERGREY recently parted ways with bassist Michael Håkansson. and replaced him with former HAMMERFALL member Fredrik Larsson.
EVERGREY's latest album, "Monday Morning Apocalypse", was released in April via InsideOut Music. The follow-up to 2004's "The Inner Circle" was recorded at Division One Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden by the experienced production team of Sanken Sandquist and Stefan Glaumann, who have previously worked with such artists as RAMMSTEIN, BON JOVI, BRITNEY SPEARS and DEF LEPPARD.
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