Shock-rock veterans IMPALER will be teaming up with COLD COLOURS for a U.S. tour beginning in late March.
Formed in 1983, IMPALER have released albums worldwide through such labels as Combat, Roadrunner and Century Media, before inking a deal with Root Of All Evil Records in the late '90s. Their storied past and horrific live show was revealed in the 2004 DVD release "20 Years Undead". Now catch this freakshow in the flesh on their upcoming West Ghost Tour. Joining IMPALER are goth metallers and Root Of All Evil Records labelmates COLD COLOURS, who recently released their sophomore CD, "The Burden of Hope".
IMPALER and COLD COLOURS tour dates:
Mar. 24 - Station 4 - St. Paul, MN
Mar. 25 - Hairy Mary's - Des Moines, IA
Mar. 26 - Club Roxbury - Omaha, NE
Mar. 28 - Davey's Uptown - Kansas City, MO
Mar. 29 - Illif Park Saloon - Aurora, CO
Mar. 30 - Burt's Tiki Lounge - Salt Lake City, UT
Mar. 31 - The Cooler Lounge - Las Vegas, NV
Apr. 01 - Zen Sushi - Los Angeles, CA
Apr. 04 - On The Y - Sacramento, CA
Apr. 05 - Elbo Room - San Francisco, CA
Apr. 07 - Sabala's - Portland, OR
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