THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER have been forced to pull off the SOILENT GREEN tour due to "personal reasons". However, despite rumors to the contrary, the band have most definitely "not broken up," according to a spokesperson for the group's label, Metal Blade Records.
THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER were added to the SOILENT GREEN tour as a replacement for CEPHALIC CARNAGE. Also appearing on the bill are LICKGOLDENSKY.
Remaining SOILENT GREEN/LICKGOLDENSKY tour dates:
Aug. 07 - Manchester, NH @ Bombshelter
Aug. 08 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ Crannel St
Aug. 09 - Worcester, MA @ Palladium
Aug. 10 - Farmingdale, NY @ Downtown
Aug. 11 - Passaic, NJ @ Connections
Aug. 12 - Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theater
Aug. 13 - Lackawanna, NY @ Cruise Inn
Aug. 14 - Detroit, MI @ I-Rock
Aug. 16 - Columbus, OH @ High Five
Aug. 17 - Chicago, IL @ Fireside Bowl
Aug. 18 - Minneapolis, MN @ Ascot Room
Aug. 19 - St. Louis, MO @ Creepy Crawl
Aug. 20 - Ft. Worth, TX @ Wreck Room
Aug. 21 - Austin, TX @ Emo's
Aug. 22 - Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald's
Aug. 23 - Metairie, LA @ Zeppelin's
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