Britain's FIREBIRD, the band led by former CARCASS/NAPALM DEATH guitarist Bill Steer, will support FU MANCHU on their upcoming European tour.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Jun. 06 – Manchester, UK - Academy 2
Jun. 07 – Dublin, IRL - The Village
Jun. 08 – Belfast, IRL - Limelight
Jun. 09 – Glasgow, SCO - Cathouse
Jun. 10 – London, UK - Mean Fiddler
Jun. 14 – Wiesbaden, GER - Schlachthof
Jun. 15 – Dresden, GER - Star Club
Jun. 17 – Düsseldorf, GER - Zakk
Jun. 18 – Berlin, GER - Columbia Fritz
Jun. 24 – Zürich, SWI - Rote Fabrik
Jun. 25 – Gent, BEL - Centrale
Jun. 26 – Haarlem, NETH - Patronaat
Jun. 27 – Eindhoven, NETH – Effenaar

FIREBIRD will release their new album, "No. 3", on June 2 through SPV/Steamhammer Records. The CD, which was recorded at Berno Studios in Malmö, Sweden, was released in Japan in February through JVC Records.


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