According to a posting on the London Barfly web site, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and CHIMAIRA will play a special show at this intimate venue on June 21, a day after their show at the London Astoria. If it does go ahead, this promises to be a great show at a tiny venue.

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and CHIMAIRA co-headline what is being dubbed "The New Wave of American Heavy Metal" tour this June with both SHADOWS FALL and GOD FORBID in tow. Dates are as follows:

Jun. 08 – Exeter, UK - Lemon Grove
Jun. 09 - Portsmouth, UK - Pyramid Centre
Jun. 10 - Cardiff, UK - University
Jun. 11 - Liverpool, UK - University
Jun. 12 - Wolverhampton, UK - Civic
Jun. 13 - Manchester, UK - MDH/Academy
Jun. 14 - Nottingham, UK - Rock City
Jun. 16 – Dublin, IRE - Ambassador Theatre
Jun. 17 – Belfast, IRE - Limelight
Jun. 18 - Newcastle, UK - University
Jun. 19 - Glasgow, UK - QMU
Jun. 20 - London, UK - Astoria
Jun. 21 - London, UK - Barfly
Jun. 22 - Oxford, UK - Zodiac



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