UNHOLY GHOST, the band featuring PESSIMIST founder/guitarist Kelly McLauchlin and former DIABOLIC members Jerry Mortellaro (guitars) and Paul Ouellette (bass/vocals), will be teaming up with COUNCIL OF THE FALLEN and THE CLASSIC STRUGGLE for the "Reigning Florida Tour" beginning on December 31.
The tour kicks off New Year's Eve near Daytona, FL and ends the following weekend in Anniston, AL. Support acts include DIABOLIC INTENT, NEOMORTEM, IMPURITY and LEFT IN ASHES.
"Reigning Florida Tour" featuring UNHOLY GHOST, COUNCIL OF THE FALLEN and THE CLASSIC STRUGGLE:
Dec. 31 - New Smyrna Beach, FL @ Our Back Yard
Jan. 01 - Tampa, FL @ Pegasus
Jan. 02 - Winter Park, FL @ The Haven
Jan. 03 - Ybor City, FL @ TBA
Jan. 04 - Jacksonville, FL @ Thee Imperial
Jan. 07 - Seminole, FL @ Boomerz Boiler Room
Jan. 08 - Gainesville, FL @ Eddie C's
Jan. 09 - Anniston, AL @ Angelheart Tattoos
For more information, visit www.unholyghost.com.
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