SLAPSHOT's long-awaited new album, "Digital Warfare", will be released in Europe on September 15 through I Scream Records. U.S. fans will be able to get the record through I Scream's American licensing partner Bridge 9 Records. SLAPSHOT's Oi side project STARS & STRIPES have also completed work on a new album and will be releasing it later this summer.
To promote the release of "Digital Warfare", SLAPSHOT will tour Europe in October accompanied by BLOOD FOR BLOOD and THE BLUE BLOODS.
SLAPSHOT's "Boston Back On The Map" Tour Dates w/ BLOOD FOR BLOOD, THE BLUE BLOODS:
Oct. 18 – Chemnitz, GER - AJZ
Oct. 19 – Wien, AUT - Arena
Oct. 21 – München, GER - Feierwerk
Oct. 22 – Schweinfurt, GER - Alter Stadtbahnhof
Oct. 23 – Berlin, GER - So 36
Oct. 24 – Stuttgart, GER - Universum
Oct. 25 – Freiburg, GER - Cräsh
Oct. 26 – Antwerpen, BEL - Hof Ter Lo
Oct. 27 – Hamburg, GER - Markthalle
Oct. 28 – Amsterdam, NETH - Melkweg
Oct. 29 – Eindhoven, NETH - Effenaar
Oct. 30 – Blieskastell, GER - P-Werk
Oct. 31 – Erfurt, GER - Club Zentrum
Nov. 01 – GER - Pressure Fest
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