More dates have been announced for the forthcoming "Headbanger's Ball Tour", featuring co-headliners HATEBREED and DAMAGEPLAN along with DROWNING POOL and UNEARTH. The trek is shaping up as follows:

Mar. 25 - House of Blues - Myrtle Beach, SC
Mar. 26 - Rafters - Johnson City, TN
Mar. 27 - Millennium Center - Winston-Salem, SC
Mar. 28 - Norva Theatre – Norfolk, VA
Mar. 30 - Nation – Washington, DC
Mar. 31 - Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA
Apr. 01 - Roseland Ballroom - New York, NY
Apr. 02 - Tsongas Arena – Lowell, MA
Apr. 05 - The Orbit Room - Grand Rapids, MI
Apr. 07 - House of Blues – Chicago, IL
Apr. 09 - Eagles Ballroom – Milwaukee, WI
Apr. 10 - Harpo's Concert Theatre – Detroit, MI
Apr. 17 - The Pavilion - Corpus Christi, TX
Apr. 20 - Verizon Wireless Theater – Houston, TX
Apr. 22 - Roxy Theatre – Atlanta, GA
Apr. 23 - Zephyr Hills Festival Park - Zephyr Hills, FL
Apr. 25 - Lee Vista Park – Orlando, FL
May 04 - Hollywood Palladium - Los Angeles, CA
May 05 - The Fillmore - San Francisco, CA


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