ROOT, WYKKED WYTCH Added To MOONSPELL / NAPALM DEATH European Tour

Czech Republic's ROOT and Florida's WYKKED WYTCH have been added to the forthcoming European tour featuring MOONSPELL, NAPALM DEATH, BEHEMOTH and DEW-SCENTED. The trek is scheduled to kick off March 31 in Vienna, Austria. The dates are as follows:

Mar. 31 - Austria - Planet Music - Vienna
Apr. 01 - Germany - Alte Spinnerei - Glauchau
Apr. 02 - Czech Republic - Abaton - Praha
Apr. 03 - Germany - Postbahnhoff - Berlin
Apr. 04 - Germany - Markthalle - Hamburg
Apr. 05 - Germany - Batschkapp - Frankfurt
Apr. 06 - Germany - Movie - Bielefeld
Apr. 07 - Germany - Zeche Carl - Essen
Apr. 08 - Belgium - Hof ter Loo - Antwerpen
Apr. 09 - Holland - 013 - Tilburg
Apr. 10 - UK - Koko - London
Apr. 11 - France - La Locomotive - Paris
Apr. 12 - France - Transbordeur - Lyon
Apr. 13 - Switzerland - Z7 - Pratteln
Apr. 14 - Germany - Stadthalle - Lichtenfels
Apr. 15 - Germany - Backstage - Munchen

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