Quebec-based death metallers CRYPTOPSY have announced the details of their fall 2006 Canadian headlining tour. The dates are as follows:
Sep. 29 - St. John, NB @ Nep-Tunes
Sep. 30 - Halifax, NS @ Captain Elis
Oct. 02 - Quebec City, QC @ L'Imperial
Oct. 03 - Montreal, QC @ Medley
Oct. 04 - Ottawa, ON @ Maverick's
Oct. 05 - Hamilton, ON @ Absinthe
Oct. 06 - Royun Noranfda, QC @ Petit Theatre
Oct. 07 - Toronto, ON @ The Opera House
Oct. 08 - London, ON @ Embassy
Oct. 09 - Sudbury, ON @ Shriner's Hall
Oct. 11 - Thunder Bay, ON @ Kilroy's
Oct. 12 - Winnipeg. MB @ Royal Albert Arms
Oct. 13 - Regina, SK @ Exchange
Oct. 14 - Edmonton, AL @ The Mead Hall
Oct. 16 - Victoria, BC @ Sugar Nightclub
Oct. 17 - Vancouver, BC @ Columbia
Oct. 19 - Calgary, AB @ The Stetson
CRYPTOPSY were recently forced to cancel their previously announced East Coast mini-tour due to immigration problems. The trek, which was scheduled to kick off on April 24 in Philadelphia, was slated to include an appearance at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival on April 29 in Worcester, Massachusetts. The dates have since been rescheduled for late July. More information is available at Cryptopsy.net.
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