PARADISE LOST To Team Up With AMORPHIS For European Tour

PARADISE LOST will be teaming up with AMORPHIS for a European tour in October. PARADISE LOST will be touring in support of their ninth studio album, "Symbol Of Life", which was released late last year through G.U.N. Records.

Upcoming PARADISE LOST tour dates:

Aug. 15 - Highfield Festival – Erfurt, GER
Aug. 16 - Rock The Bock - SWI
Aug. 17 - Utrecht – Tivoli, NETH
Aug. 23 - Metalfest – Vienna, AUT
Aug. 24 - E-Club – Budapest, HUN
Aug. 25 - TBC – Arad, ROM
Aug. 28 - Ad Serikova – Plzen, CZR
Aug. 29 - Terremoto Festival – Weeze, GER
Aug. 30 – Bloodstock – Derby, UK
Sep. 13 - Angra Rock Festival – Azores, POR
Oct. 22 - Arena - Stockholm, SWE*
Oct. 23 - KB – Malmo, SWE*
Oct. 24 - Rockafeller – Oslo, NOR*
Oct. 25 - Karen – Gothenburg, SWE*
Oct. 26 - Vega – Copenhagen, DEN*



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