GOD FORBID Announce U.K. Headlining Tour

New Jersey thrash titans GOD FORBID have announced a headlining tour in March. Confirmed dates are as follows:

March 19 - London, UK @ Camden Underworld
March 20 - Oxford, UK @ Zodiac
March 22 - Glasgow, UK @ King Tut's
March 23 - Northumbria, UK @ University
March 24 - Manchester, UK @ Academy 3
March 25 - Liverpool, UK @ University
March 26 - Sheffield, UK @ Corporation

Support bands will be announced soon.

GOD FORBID are currently hard at work writing material for their highly anticipated new album, "IV: Constitution Of Treason", set for a fall release. The group will enter the studio on May 1 to begin recording the follow-up to the critically acclaimed "Gone Forever", which garnered mainstream praise and helped expose them to a whole new audience. GOD FORBID recently wrapped up a massive European tour alongside MACHINE HEAD and CALIBAN before closing out the year back in America on the Stillborn Festival with HATEBREED and AGNOSTIC FRONT, among others.

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