BODY COUNT: Back From The Dead

June 25, 2003

BODY COUNT, the rock group led by rapper and actor Ice-T, have reunited and are set to kick off their "Kill 'Em All" tour on July 8 in Ventura, California.

The band, who were the focus of national media attention with their controversial song "Cop Killer" (which was included on the group's self-titled debut in 1991),have been inactive since the release of 1997's "Violent Demise: Last Days".

"Kill 'Em All" tour dates (subject to change):

July 8 - Ventura, CA - Nicholby's
July 9 - San Diego, CA - 4th & B
July 10 - Anaheim, CA - House Of Blues
July 11 - San Francisco, CA - Ruby Skye
July 12 - Palo Alto, CA - The Edge
July 14 - Seattle, WA - Studio Seven
July 15 - Portland, OR - Roseland Theater
July 16 - Missoula, MT - Wilma Theatre
July 17 - Boise, ID - Big Easy
July 20 - Buffalo, NY - Continental
July 21 - Harrisburg, PA - Dragonfly
July 22 - Mount Clemens, MI - Emerald Theatre
July 23 - Lexington, KY - Starlight Music Club
July 24 - Cleveland, OH - Peabody's Down Under
July 25 - Milwaukee, WI - U.S. Cellular Arena
July 26 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
July 27 - West Dundee, IL - Clearwater Theater
July 29 - Indianapolis, IN - 8 Seconds Saloon
July 30 - Columbus, OH - The Brickyard
August 3 - Lincoln, NE - Royal Grove
August 4 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre
August 5 - Colorado Springs, CO - 32 Bleu
August 6 - Albuquerque, NM - Sunshine Theatre
August 8 - West Hollywood, CA - Key Club

BODY COUNT, whose previous drummer Beatmaster V died of leukemia and bassist Mooseman was killed in a drive-by shooting in South Central Los Angeles, are currently working on a new studio album, tentatively due at the end of the year.

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