SOULFLY Guitarist Lines Up Dates For Side Project; Video Clip Posted Online

COMMITTEE OF THIRTEEN, the side project of SOULFLY guitarist Marc Rizzo, have lined up the following dates:

Nov. 19 - Steel Music Hall - Rochester, NY (solo appearance at Shred Fest)
Nov. 20 - CBGB's - New York, NY - w/ CORETEZ, SUICIDE CITY, TRASHLIGHT VISION)
Nov. 25 - Webster Theater - Hartford, CT (w/ SKINDRED)
Nov. 26 - The Staircase - Pittston, PA
Dec. 01 - Hamilton St. Cafe - Bound Brook, NJ (w/ CORETEZ, FIVE YEAR STARE)
Dec. 09 - Pearl Street - Northampton, MA
Dec. 10 - Univ. of Rhode Island - Kingston, RI
Dec. 16 - Hudson Duster - Troy, NY

Marc will rejoin Max and his SOULFLY bandmates when they embark on their headlining world tour in support of their latest Roadrunner release "Dark Ages" beginning January 28 and going at least through the end of March. U.K. support for the tour will come from ragga/punk/metal rockers SKINDRED. A video clip of COMMITTEE OF THIRTEEN performing live can be downloaded at this location.

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