San Francisco Bay Area's UNJUST have announced the following dates as part of their spring 2004 tour:
Mar. 30 - The Scene – Glendale, CA
Apr. 01 - Moontime Pizza - El Paso, TX
Apr. 02 - Double Wide – Dallas, TX
Apr. 03 - Fitzgeralds – Houston, TX
Apr. 06 - Sudsy Malones – Cincinnati, OH
Apr. 08 - The Continental - New York, NY
Apr. 09 - The Empress Ballroom – Danbury, CT
Apr. 10 - Sharpshooters – Manassass, VA
Apr. 12 - 324 Live – Lacrosse, WI
Apr. 13 - The Rockwell – Springfield, MO
Apr. 14 - The Bottleneck – Lawrence, KS
Apr. 16 - The Game – Wichita, KS
Apr. 17 - Whisky Bills – Denver, CO
As previously reported, UNJUST recently signed a U.S. deal with Koolarrow Records, the label headed up by former FAITH NO MORE bassist Billy Gould. The group's third album, "Glow", was released earlier in the month. Recorded at Sharkbite Studios in Oakland, California with longtime producer Mark Keaton (ONE MAN ARMY, MR. T EXPERIENCE, MACHINE HEAD, KGB), "Glow" has received rave reviews since it was issued independently in early 2003 and is widely considered to be one of the most stunning collections of emotionally-charged melodic hard rock released in the last few years.
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