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Light This City Announce Headlining Tour Dates
May 29, 2007
Bay Area thrashers Light This City will embark on a three-week headlining tour in June/July with The Funeral Pyre, Antagonist and Cerberus. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Jun. 20 - The Oddstad Gallery - Redwood City, California
Jun. 21 - Jump N Around - Salinas, California
Jun. 23 - Jerry's Pizza - Bakersfield, California
Jun. 24 - Chain Reaction - Anaheim, California
Jun. 25 - The Trilogy Theatre - Victorville, California
Jun. 26 - The University Theatre - Las Vegas, Nevada
Jun. 28 - The Compound - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Jun. 29 - Absolute Zero - Clovis, New Mexico
Jun. 30 - The Pinkeye - Tulsa, Oklahoma
Jul. 01 - Dos Amigos - Odessa, Texas
Jul. 02 - White Rabbit - San Antonio, Texas
Jul. 03 - Java Jazz - Houston, Texas
Jul. 04 - The Underground - Corpus Christi, Texas
Jul. 05 - Chic's Bar - El Paso, Texas
Jul. 06 - Metal Devastation 2 - Phoenix, Arizona

A show on June 27 in Tucson, AZ will be added, as will three more Southern California dates on July 7-9.

Light This City is continuing to tour in support of its third record, and second for Prosthetic, 'Facing the Thousand', which came out in the fall of 2006.
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John Guettler - Vocals
Lanny Perelman - Guitar
Sean Olk - Lead Guitar
Marcus Cohen - Bass
Roger Watson - Drums

Formed in the suburbs of Los Angeles, Cerberus began as four junior high school friends that all had a similar interest in metal. In May of 2000, the members of Cerberus first jammed together and there was immediate chemistry. They recorded a few demos throughout the first few years that circulated the local scene and gained them a devoted following. During the recording of their third demo, the band decided that splitting the vocals between them just wasnt cutting it; so they recruited ex-Crucible singer John Guettler, and started working towards a more brutal and melodic sound. In June of 2005, Cerberus released their first full length album through Hell and Death Records, entitled 'The Cage of Existence'. It defined their sound and was praised by metal press and radio across the country.

Cerberus toured the west coast in support of the release of 'The Cage of Existence' and upon returning home they began writing for their next offering. What Have We Become?, a 5 song EP, was released in July 2006 and complimented with a full US tour with Year of Desolation (Prosthetic Records) and Forever in Terror (Metal Blade Records). Due to the great response and underground following they garnered with those two releases, Creator-Destructor Records signed them in July to do a full length. They will enter Castle Ultimate Studios with producer Zack Ohren (Light This City, All Shall Perish, As Blood Runs Black) in January, and a release is expected around April.