According to a posting at www.all-about-chaos.net, Italian concert promotion agency Live In Italy has confirmed that FEAR FACTORY will play three headlining dates in Italy during March. The group's European schedule is now shaping up as follows:
Mar. 18 - Bologna, ITA - Estragon
Mar. 19 - Milano, ITA - Rolling Stone
Mar. 20 - Roncade (TV), ITA - New Age
Apr. 08 - Bristol, UK - Anson Rooms
Apr. 09 - Manchester, UK - Academy
Apr. 10 - Nottingham, UK - Rock City
Apr. 11 - Newcastle, UK - University
Apr. 12 - Glasgow, UK - Barrowlands
Apr. 13 - Leeds, UK - Met University
Apr. 15 - Birmingham, UK - Academy
Apr. 16 - Portsmouth, UK - Pyramids
Apr. 18 - London, UK - Astoria
Apr. 19 - Norwich, UK - UEA
An opening act has yet to be announced.
More dates will be added soon.
As previously reported, an exclusive FEAR FACTORY track, "Lockdown", as well as the group's version of the Rainbow Six theme will appear on the "Rainbow Six: Lockdown Soundtrack", due on November 15 via Calvin Records.
FEAR FACTORY's latest album, "Transgression", was released in August through Calvin, an imprint of Liquid 8. The record includes 11 songs, all produced by Toby Wright (ALICE IN CHAINS, KORN, METALLICA).
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