APARTMENT 26 Announce U.S. Dates

January 13, 2004

APARTMENT 26, who feature in their ranks singer Biff Butler (son of former BLACK SABBATH bassist Geezer Butler),have lined up the first batch of tour dates in support of their sophomore album, "Music For The Massive", due on February 24 through Atlantic Records. The album's first single, "Give Me More", can currently be heard in its entirety here.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Jan. 17 - Chicago Heights, IL - Oasis One Sixty
Jan. 20 - Detroit, MI - I Rock
Jan. 21 - Cleveland, OH - Peabody's Down Under
Jan. 23 - Worcester, MA - The Palladium (w/ LIFE OF AGONY, FLAW, SKRAPE)
Jan. 25 - Hartford, CT - Webster Underground (w/ LIFE OF AGONY, FLAW, SKRAPE)
Jan. 27 - New York, NY - Mercury Lounge

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