MACHINE HEAD: U.K. Tour Dates Announced

MACHINE HEAD have announced the details of their upcoming U.K. tour. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Nov. 22 – Plymouth, UK @ Pavillions
Nov. 23 - Southampton, UK @ Guildhall
Nov. 24 - Bristol, UK @ Academy
Nov. 26 - Manchester, UK @ Academy
Nov. 27 - Glasgow, UK @ Barrowlands
Nov. 29 - Newcastle, UK @ University
Nov. 30 - Leeds, UK @ Met University
Dec. 01 - Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
Dec. 03 - Birmingham, UK @ Academy
Dec. 04 - Cardiff, UK @ University
Dec. 05 - Brixton, UK @ Academy

MACHINE HEAD are continuing to promote their fifth full-length studio album, "Through the Ashes of Empires". The CD, which was released in Europe last October through Roadrunner Records, was made available domestically in April. A U.S. co-headlining tour with CHIMAIRA, dubbed RoadRage 2004, will kick off August 3 in Cleveland, Ohio.


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