IMPALED: U.S. Tour Dates Announced

Masters of maniacal medical malpractice, Oakland, California's IMPALED will bring their theater-of-macabre operation to Southern California and Arizona for five shows in early April. Support at all dates will come from ENGORGED and LORD GORE. The band will also make an appearance at Baltimore's Maryland Death Fest III in May.

Upcoming IMPALED shows:

Apr. 07 - The Stork Club - Oakland, CA
Apr. 08 - The Showcase - Corona, CA
Apr. 09 - The Brickhouse - Phoenix, AZ (Arizona Death Fest)
Apr. 10 - Studio S - North Hollywood, CA
Apr. 11 - Aptos Club - Aptos, CA
May 28-29 - House Of Rock – Baltimore, MD (Maryland Death Fest)

IMPALED's third full-length album and Century Media debut, "Death After Life", was released on March 8. The follow-up to 2002's "Mondo Medicale", "Death After Life" (view cover here) was recorded by Billy Anderson (CATHEDRAL, MR. BUNGLE, L7, SLEEP), Trey Spruance (MR. BUNGLE, SECRET CHIEFS 3), and Randall "One Dollar Bob" Dunn at Take Root Studios in San Francisco and was produced by Spruance.


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