KYLESA To Support THE SWORD On Regional Dates
Fresh off supporting CONVERGE, SOME GIRLS and MODERN LIFE IS WAR, Savannah's sludge rockers KYLESA have confirmed a handful of regional tour dates alongside THE SWORD, as well as confirming an appearance at Daytona Beach's "This Is Your Fest 2006" alongside a host of other bands.
The band is continuing to support its new record, "Time Will Fuse Its Worth", which saw a Halloween release and is the follow-up to 2005's critically-heralded "To Walk A Middle Course".
KYLESA on tour:
Nov. 21 - Richmond, VA - Alley Katz (w/ PARASYTIC LORD, GOVERNMENT WARNING)
Dec. 03 - Birmingham, AL - Bottle Tree (w/ THE SWORD)
Dec. 04 - Raleigh, NC - Kings (w/ THE SWORD)
Dec. 30 - Daytona Beach, FL - Backstage (This Is For You Fest)
Jan. 02 - Louisville, KY - Headliner's Music Hall (w/ THE SWORD)
Jan. 03 - Knoxville, TN - Blue Cats (w/ THE SWORD)
Jan. 04 - Oklahoma City, OK - Conservatory (w/ THE SWORD)
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