KILLSWITCH ENGAGE are all set to usher in the New Year with a string of U.K. shows. These look likely to be the band's last U.K. shows before they begin work on their next album which is slated for a 2006 release. 2005 will however, see a KILLSWITCH ENGAGE DVD, featuring concert footage and assorted behind-the-scenes snips and interviews.
Dates are as follows:
Jan. 19 - Wolverhampton, UK @ Wulfrun Hall.
Jan. 20 - Glasgow, UK @ QMU
Jan. 21 - Newcastle, UK @ Northumbria University
Jan. 22 - Manchester, UK @ MDH
Jan. 23 - London, UK @ Astoria
Tickets are on sale now priced £12.50 in London and £10 regionally, from box offices and all usual agents, including www.getlive.co.uk.
To coincide, Roadrunner Records will be reissuing the band's eponymous debut album, which has been remastered and remixed by the band's Adam D. as well as the artwork being reworked by Mike D. Included as an added bonus are the band's original 1999 demo tracks, featuring "Prelude", "Soilborn", "Vide Infra" and "In The Unblind".
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