GOD FORBID: Australian Tour Dates Announced

New Jersey's GOD FORBID will embark on an Australian tour in March 2007. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Mar. 20 - Amplifier Bar, Perth, AUS
Mar. 21 - Fowlers Live, Adelaide, AUS
Mar. 22 - The Corner Hotel, Melbourne, AUS
Mar. 23 - The Gaelic Theatre, Sydney, AUS
Mar. 24 - Overcranked Festival, Brisbane, AUS

GOD FORBID is gearing up for a massive cross-country tour beginning on January 4 in Philadelphia and wrapping up on February 21 in Montreal. Support on the tour comes from GOATWHORE, MNEMIC, ARSIS, and THE HUMAN ABSTRACT.

GOD FORBID's critically acclaimed new album, "IV: Constitution of Treason", entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at No. 119 in its first week of release. A limited edition DualDisc version of the album was also made available, featuring an exclusive, making-of-the-album, behind-the-scenes documentary containing band interviews and tons of in-studio footage that takes you from rehearsals to pre-production all the way to the mastering.

(Thanks: Western Front)


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