CALIBAN Officially Confirmed For MACHINE HEAD's European Tour

German metalcore band CALIBAN have officially been confirmed as the opener for the duration of MACHINE HEAD's European tour, beginning on October 9 in Belgium and wrapping up 49 shows later on December 14 in Greece. Also appearing on the bill will be GOD FORBID. A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates can be viewed at this location.

CALIBAN recently signed with Abacus and Roadrunner Records for the American territory and the world outside the U.S., respectively. The group's fourth full-length album, "The Opposite From Within", will be issued in the U.S. on October 5 (it was released in Europe on September 20).

Produced by IN FLAMES frontman Anders Friden and mixed and mastered by Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, ARCH ENEMY) at the Backstage Studio in the U.K., "The Opposite From Within" "takes the band's formula of SLAYER-esque, precise metal guitars with emotional hardcore to a whole new level of maturity," according to a press release. "Double-bass mosh parts, enormous walls of guitar and the band’s keen sense of melody are played with utter conviction throughout the 12-song outing."


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