SIX FEET UNDER To Team Up With MANTAS For European Tour

SIX FEET UNDER will be teaming up with MANTAS for a European tour beginning on October 13 in Holland. Additional support acts will be announced soon. Dated so far include:

Oct. 13 – NETH @ TBA
Oct. 14 - Vosselaar, BEL @ Biebob
Oct. 15 - UK @ TBA
Oct. 16 - London, UK @ Garage
Oct. 18 - Paris, FRA @ La Locomotive
Oct. 19 - Irun, SPA @ Tunk
Oct. 20 - Coimbra, POR @ Colinas
Oct. 21 - Madrid, SPA @ Caracol
Oct. 22 - Barcelona, SPA @ Mephisto
Oct. 23 - Montepellier, FRA @ Rockstore
Oct. 24 - Isilkon, SWI @ C4
Oct. 31 - Erfurth, GER @ Centrum
Nov. 01 - Essen, GER @ Zeche Carl
Nov. 02 - Stuttgart, GER @ Rohre
Nov. 03 - Hanover, GER @ Muzikzentrum
Nov. 04 - Aalborg, DEN @ Metal Fest
Nov. 05 - Berlin, GER @ K17
Nov. 06 - Bischofswerda, GER @ East Club
Nov. 07 - Copenhagen, DEN @ Loppen
Nov. 08 - Osnabruck, GER @ Hyde Park
Nov. 09 - NETH @ TBA
Nov. 10 - NETH @ TBA

More dates will be announced soon.


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