DEATH ANGEL To Support ANTHRAX On The West Coast

Reunited San Francisco Bay Area metallers DEATH ANGEL will support ANTHRAX at three shows later this month before embarking on a short headline tour of their own.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

May 27 – Tucson, AZ @ The Rialto (w/ ANTHRAX)
May 28 - Scottsdale, AZ @ Cajun House (w/ ANTHRAX)
May 29 - West Hollywood, CA @ House Of Blues (w/ ANTHRAX)
May 30 – Santa Ana, CA @ Galaxy Theater
May 31 - San Bernardino, CA @ Rock Ranch/Metal May Hell Fest
Jun. 01 – Downey, CA @ TBA

DEATH ANGEL have commenced the songwriting process for their new album, tentatively due in late 2003/early 2004 through an as-yet-undetermined label. The band, who were previously signed to Geffen and Enigma labels, are seeking a record company to release the forthcoming CD, the group's first since 1990's "Act III".


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