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Knights Of The Abyss Announce TONS Of Tour Dates
June 2, 2009
Knights of the Abyss have announced three new tours that will keep the band on the road for the next three months. They’ll be out on the road headlining the To Hell and Back Tour with Broadcast the Nightmare and The Irish Front from June 10th through July 19th, then with Suffokate, Blind Witness, This or The Apocalypse¸ and Wretched from August 6ththrough September 10th. Immediately at the end of that tour, they’ll go out with Cryptopsy, Rose Funeral and Salt the Wound from September 11th through September 19th. Dates for the tours can be found below, as well as on the band’s Myspace page.

Knights of the Abyss are anxious to get out on the road and show off their new lineup and new material. The band has recently made several member changes, welcoming back Dustin on vocals who sang on the band’s first album 'Juggernaut', and bringing in Griffin (bass), Brian (guitar), and James (drums) from other AZ bands The Blood Countess and Depiction of a Massacre.

“We know it’s a different lineup and that’s a lot to take, but we’re stronger than ever. Just come out and see us live, let us prove to you that Knights of the Abyss is more solid than it's ever been”. bassist Griffin commented.

The band recently started pre-production for their next album for release early 2010 and has posted a new pre-pro track “Pandemic” on their myspace page. After the tour with Cryptopsy, they will enter the studio to record their sophomore full length for Ferret Music.

Knights of The Abyss Tour Dates:
6/09 - Badlands - Mesa, Arizona (w/ Endwell)

"To Hell and BackTour" w/ Endwell, Through The Fire, & Ambush!:
6/11 - Chics - El Paso, New Mexico
6/12 - Jakes Sports Cafe - Lubbock, Texas
6/13 - Legion 169 - Wichita Falls, Texas
6/14 - The Pinkeye - Tulsa, Oklahoma
6/15 - The Eagles Lodge - Wichita, Kansas
6/16 - Cactus Jacks - Belton, Missouri
6/17 - Vaudeville Mews - Des Moines, Iowa
6/18 - The Vault - Buffalo, Minnesota
6/19 - Kronenwetter Municipal Center - Wausau, Wisconsin
6/20 - Johnny’s Coffee House - Metamora, Illinois
6/21 - Doug’s Rock House - Aurora, Illinois
6/22 - The Modern Exchange - South Gate, Michigan
6/23 - Static Age - Romeo, Michigan
6/24 - Blue Violet Cafe - Rochester, Pennsylvania
6/25 - The Refuge - Fredericksburg, Virginia
6/26 - Southside 220 - Boones Mill, Virginia
6/27 - The Brewery - Raleigh, North Carolina
6/28 - Weekend’s Pub - Goose Creek, South Carolina
6/29 - The Levee - Albany, Georgia
6/30 - The Dugout - Miami, Florida
7/01 - The Garage South - Fort Myers, Florida
7/02 - Olympia Performance Arts Complex - Palmetto, Florida
7/03 - Gallery 13 - Columbus, Georgia
7/04 - The High Ground - Metaire, Louisiana
7/05 - Nikki Rowe VFW - McAllen, Texas
7/06 - The White Rabbit - San Antonio, Texas
7/07 - Celebrations Music Hall - Arlington, Texas
7/08 - Hanger - Wichita Falls, Texas
7/09 - The War Legion - Amarillo, Texas
7/10 - The Anchor - Albuquerque, New Mexico
7/11 - The Sets - Tempe, Arizona
7/12 - Cobalt Cafe - Canoga Park, California
7/13 - Karma - Victorville, California
7/14 - The Venue - Los Gatos, California
7/15 - Yesterdays Plaza - Klamath Falls, Oregon
7/16 - Satyricon - Portland, Oregon
7/17 - Studio Seven - Seattle, Washington
7/18 - Emperyean - Spokane, Washington
7/19 - Glenwood Square - Yakima, Washington

w/ Cryptopsy, Rose Funeral, and Salt The Wound:
9/12 - The Sterling Hotel - Allentown, Pennsylvania
9/13 - Peabody’s - Cleveland, Ohio
9/14 - Mojoe’s - Orland Park, Illinois
9/15 - The Muse - Nashville, Tennessee
9/16 - Mad Hatter - Covington, Kentucky
9/17 - Blondie’s - Detroit, Michigan
9/18 - Xtreme Wheels - Buffalo, New York
9/19 - The Studio at Webster Hall - New York, New York

You can find information about their upcoming tour dates, news about the band, and info about the upcoming album on the band's Official Myspace page at
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It's no secret; the market is saturated with copycat bands. BROADCAST THE NIGHTMARE has never claimed or sought to be the best of them. We have never aimed to duplicate any formula, follow any trend, or to look a certain way. Since we formed in 2003 our goal has remained simple: Strain the pride and clichès from our music, write the best songs we can, and be ourselves. Because of that, we have become the best at what WE do. No matter where you see us play, be it for dozens or hundreds, what you will see everytime is us, not an act, but us remaining true to ourselves.

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