KYLESA To Tour With CONVERGE In November

September 25, 2006

Savannah, GA-based sludge rockers KYLESA have been confirmed to support CONVERGE in November for a string of live dates. Also appearing on the bill are SOME GIRLS and MODERN LIFE IS WAR.

The CONVERGE shows will be KYLESA's first U.S dates after returning from the band's current European tour. They will also mark the group's fist live appearances following the release of its new album, "Time Time Will Fuse Its Worth", due on October 31 via Prosthetic Records.

Prior to departing for the European trek, KYLESA met up with director Tony Costello of SSD Films to shoot footage for what would become the video for "Where The Horizon Unfolds", which mixes psychedelic imagery with the track's haunting, building atmosphere.


Nov. 09 - Birmingham, AL – Cave 9
Nov. 10 - Metairie, LA – The High Ground
Nov. 11 - Houston, TX – Meridian Red Room
Nov. 12 - San Antonio, TX – White Rabbit
Nov. 13 - Austin, TX – Emo's
Nov. 15 - Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
Nov. 16 - Nashville, TN – The Anchor
Nov. 17 - Louisville, KY – 1386 Lexington Rd
Nov. 18 - Pittsburgh, PA – Lawrenceville Moose
Nov. 19 - Syracuse, NY – The Furnace
Nov. 20 - Albany, NY – Valentine's

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