GOD FORBID Embark On Headlining U.S. Tour; Commence Pre-Production For New Album
Early next month GOD FORBID will begin their final round of touring in support of their critically acclaimed and highly successful "Gone Forever" album. This will be the group's first national headlining U.S. tour supporting their latest offering and it will feature CALIBAN, IT DIES TODAY and FULL BLOWN CHAOS in the support slots. This trek marks their first U.S. tour since last year's Ozzfest. The upcoming four-week run, which kicks off on April 1, also includes a stop at the esteemed New England Metal And Hardcore Fest.
Straight on the heels of a highly successful east-coast run with SOULFLY, the group proceeded to enter the studio to begin pre-production on their highly anticipated new album, "IV: Constitution Of Treason", with Jason Suecof (TRIVIUM) at Audiohammer Studios. In May, GOD FORBID will join back up with Suecof and Eric Rachel (ATREYU, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN) at Trax East to begin tracking the new effort. The album is tentatively set for an October release.
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