FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE Announces 2020 North American Tour Accompanied By Classical Quartet

November 12, 2019

Italian orchestral-death metal giants FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE will make their triumphant return to North America in 2020 in support of their critically lauded album "Veleno". For the first time in the band's celebrated career, they'll be doing a full tour accompanied by a classical string quartet, which will be an unprecedented experience for death metal fans.

FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE will be joined by special guests THE AGONIST on the excursion, which begins in Dallas, Texas on March 16 and culminates in Los Angeles on April 6. Ticket onsales are listed below.

Tickets go on sale on Friday, November 15 at 10:00 a.m. local time.

FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE's Francesco Paoli said: "Once again, we're sharing the stage with a wonderful string ensemble and, this time, in some of the best live music clubs across North America.

"About a year ago, we had the pleasure to perform a special show in our hometown with a classical string quintet. We filmed the entire event and, a few months later, it became our first ever official live Blu-ray, 'An Evening In Perugia'. Right after that, we've been literally flooded with requests from all over the world to make it happen abroad. Everyone in our team, including band, management and label, could only work at making it happen as soon as possible.

"So here we are, bringing the full experience across North America in March/April 2019. For the first time in the history of death metal, a band is touring with a full string ensemble. Every night will be a night to remember, featuring the longest set we've ever played in the continent. No excuses to miss it then, every single detail is going to be perfect and, above all, it might be a once-in-a-lifetime event… Don't hesitate and get your ticket before it's too late! Let's write a new page of death metal history together!"

Tour dates:

Mar. 16 - Dallas, TX - House of Blues
Mar. 17 - Austin, TX - Emo's
Mar. 19 - Atlanta, GA - Buckhead Theatre
Mar. 20 - Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Soundstage
Mar. 21 - Philadelphia, PA - Theatre of Living Arts
Mar. 22 - Brooklyn, NY - The Warsaw
Mar. 23 - Quebec City, QC - Le D'Auteuil
Mar. 24 - Montreal, QC - Theatre Corona
Mar. 25 - Toronto, ON - Phoenix, Concert Theatre
Mar. 26 - Cleveland, OH - House of Blues
Mar. 27 - Chicago, IL - House of Blues
Mar. 28 - Lincoln, NE - The Royal Grove
Mar. 29 - Denver, CO - Summit Music Hall
Mar. 31 - Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theatre
Apr. 01 - Seattle, WA - El Corazon
Apr. 02 - Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom
Apr. 04 - San Diego, CA - Observatory North Park
Apr. 05 - Mesa, AZ - Club Red
Apr. 06 - Los Angeles, CA - The Regent Theater

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