ORANGE GOBLIN To Tour U.S With SCISSORFIGHT, THE CAPRICORNS

ORANGE GOBLIN will tour the U.S. in May with New Hampshire heavyweights SCISSORFIGHT and U.K. labelmates THE CAPRICORNS. The dates are as follows:

May 16 - Boston, MA @ The Middle East
May 17 - Worcester, MA @ Lucky Dog Music Hall
May 18 - New York City, NY @ TBC
May 19 - Philadelphia, PA @ North Star Bar
May 20 - Richmond, VA @ Alley Katz
May 21 - North Carolina @ TBC
May 22 - Nashville, TN @ The End
May 23 - St.Louis, MO @ Creepy Crawl
May 24 - Chicago, IL @ Double Door
May 25 - Columbus, OH @ Little Brothers
May 26 - Youngstown, OH @ Emissions From The Monolith Festival
May 27 - Rochester, NY @ The Montage

As previously reported, ORANGE GOBLIN are among the artists that have been confirmed for the 11th Roadburn Festival (Europe's leading underground festival for stoner rock and beyond), set to be held Saturday, April 22 at the 013, in Tilburg, Holland. Also scheduled to appear are HAWKWIND and BRANT BJORK & THE BROS, among others.

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