PLACE OF SKULLS Announce Touring Drummer

Knoxville, Tennessee's PLACE OF SKULLS have announceed the addition of drummer Minnesota Pete Campbell (THE MIGHTY NIMBUS, ex-SIXTY WATT SHAMEN) to the group's ranks. Campbell "will be the drummer for the European tour dates," reads a posting on the group's web site. "No plans beyond that regarding the permanent position."

PLACE OF SKULLS' previous drummer, Tim Tomaselli, left the group last month to pursue "personal interests," according to a posting on the band's web site.

In other news, the band have announced that their "Love Through Blood" CD EP has been postponed from its original September 14 release date. A new release date has yet to be announced.

PLACE OF SKULLS European tour:

Oct. 06 - Rosenkeller - Jena, GER
Oct. 07 - TBA - Schollkrippen, GER
Oct. 08 - Dachstock - Bern, SWI
Oct. 09 - Fluc - Wien, AUT
Oct. 10 - TBA - Budapest, HUN
Oct. 11 - OFF
Oct. 12 - Hafenklang - Hamburg, GER
Oct. 13 - TBA - Osnabruck, GER
Oct. 14 - B-Hof - Wurzburg, GER
Oct. 15 - Hedon - Zwolle, NETH
Oct. 16 - Sojo - Leuven, BEL


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