SWARM Announce Upcoming Appearances

April 30, 2002

San Francisco Bay Area's SWARM, featuring former DEATH ANGEL members Andy Galeon (drums),Rob Cavestany (guitar),and Mark Osegueda (vocals),have lined up the following shows during the next few weeks:

May 04 - San Francisco, CA @ United Nations Plaza (Cannabis Freedom Day)
May 10 – Concord, CA @ Bourbon St.
May 18 – Pacifica, CA @ Octopus Lounge
Jun. 14 – Sacramento, CA @ The Roadhouse

In addition, SWARM will join DEATH ANGEL for a pre-Dynamo Open Air festival show at Efenaar club in Eindhoven, Holland on July 13th. The following day, DEATH ANGEL will perform at Dynamo, which is scheduled to take place at sports park Boshoven in the town of Weert, situated 20 km south of Eindhoven.

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