MOTOGRATER Added To AMERICAN APATHY Tour

MOTOGRATER have been added to the entire upcoming "American Apathy" tour featuring DOPE and TWISTED METHOD. MOTOGRATER will join both bands when the tour kicks off Oct. 11 in Denver, CO and will appear on every date of the tour.

ADEMA have dropped off the entire tour following the departure of vocalist Marky Chavez. A statement is expected to be made shortly.

DOPE frontman Edsel Dope had this to say regarding MOTOGRATER's addition to the bill: "We're psyched to have MOTOGRATER join the entire tour. These painted freaks will add a whole other level of intensity to this tour.You have three bands on this tour that all live or die by their live show and I think it's going to give kids more bang for their buck."

A new e-card for the tour has been posted at www.dopearmy.com/aa, including all tour dates.

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