DAEMON To Support INCANTATION On Canadian Tour

April 30, 2008

DEAMON, one of Canada's longest-running death metal bands, will support INCANTATION and FUNERUS on their upcoming Canadian tour. DEAMON will be playing new material off its upcoming album that will be released by the end of the year.

June 27 - The Kathedral - Toronto, ON
June 28 - 69 Pickups - Cambridge, ON
June 29 - Jubilee Center - Sudbury, ON
June 30 - Foufounes Electriques - Montreal, QC
July 01 - Bar Caf Le Stage - Trois Rivires, QC
July 02 - Velvet - Qubec City, QC
July 03 - Bar le Trash - St-Hyacinthe, QC
July 04 - Cafe Dekcuf - Ottawa, ON
July 05 - The Casbah - Hamilton, ON

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/deamon.

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