British post-hardcore outfit GLAMOUR OF THE KILL (pictured below) has been added to WEDNESDAY 13's upcoming U.K. tour, which is scheduled to kick off March 20 in Peterborough.

Commented Wednesday 13: "This was a difficult tour to book. We knew that this was going to be the last tour overseas for 2009 so we had to do something special. From the beginning, we knew that we wanted to take out THE CHELSEA SMILES. Those guys put on such a good rock n roll show and our fans should love them. I had been going back and forth trying to decide on the next band to join us. Our agent mentioned GLAMOUR OF THE KILL and after checking them out and seeing how good they are doing on their own, without support from any label, I decided they would be the perfect fit."

Wednesday 13 will release his "Bloodwork" EP on March 16, the same day THE CHELSEA SMILES' long-awaited, self-titled sophomore full-length album is scheduled to drop.

After this tour, Wednesday 13 will take a break from this band to concentrate on his southern project BOURBON CROW.


Mar. 20 - The Park - Peterborough
Mar. 21 - Rock City - Nottingham
Mar. 22 - Academy 2 - Birmingham
Mar. 23 - Waterfront - Norwich
Mar. 24 - Academy - Bristol
Mar. 25 - Sugarmill - Stoke-On-Trent
Mar. 26 - Club Academy - Manchester
Mar. 27 - The Assembly - Leamington Spa
Mar. 28 - Cockpit - Leeds
Mar. 29 - Corporation - Sheffield
Mar. 30 - Cat House - Glasgow
Mar. 31 - Academy - Newcastle
Apr. 01 - Concorde 2 - Brighton
Apr. 02 - Brook - Southampton
Apr. 03 - Electric Ballroom - London


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