ADDICTION CREW, the Italian band formerly known as ADDICTION, are hitting the road on the end of May 2005 in support of their latest album, "Break In Life" (currently out in Europe, Australia and Japan via Earache Records). The tour will include stops in Germany and Austria, and will also feature Germany's MAD DOGGIN' (recent support act for SOULFLY in Germany) and LIMBOGOTT, both of whom have released their recent albums via Tiefdruck/Sony Music.


May 20 – Berlin, GER - Werk 9
May 21 - Zwickau, GER - BPM Club
May 22 - Nürnberg, GER - Luise
May 23 – Wien, AUT - Arena
May 25 – Hamburg, GER - Marx
May 26 - Köln, GER - Underground
May 27 - Oldenburg, GER - Amadeus
May 28 - Biberach, GER - Abdera

ADDICTION CREW's first video, "What About", recently appeared in the top 20 charts of MTV Spain (No. 10) and TMF Belgium (No. 9). The band have added a new drummer, Luca Canali, formerly of the band FOLDER.

ADDICTION CREW's debut album, 2001's "Doubt The Dosage" (released under the ADDICTION moniker), included a guest appearance by SEPULTURA drummer Igor Cavalera in the track "Inside".


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