EXCITER: More European Tour Dates Announced

More details have been revealed about the upcoming "New Testament" European tour featuring Canadian thrash pioneers EXCITER alongside Sweden's STEEL ATTACK and Germany's BLACK ABYSS. Confirmed tour dates are as follows:

Oct. 08 - Osnabrück, GER @ N8
Oct. 09 - Tilburg, NETH @ 013
Oct. 10 - Zaandam, NETH @ Kade
Oct. 11 - Essen, GER @ Zeche Carl
Oct. 12 - Berlin, GER @ K17
Oct. 13 - Trier, GER @ ExHaus
Oct. 14 - Heidelberg, GER @ Schwimmbad
Oct. 15 - Itzehoe, GER @ Lichtschauspielhaus
Oct. 16 - Winterthur, SWI @ Alte Kaserne
Oct. 17 - Vosselaar, BEL @ Biebob

EXCITER, who recently announced the addition of bassist Rob "Clammy" Cohen to the group's ranks, are touring in support of "New Testament - Coven of Re-Recorded Classics", a collection of reworked early songs which was released in June through France's Osmose Productions.


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