SOULFLY To Tour Europe With LODY KONG, INCITE And KING PARROT

SOULFLY To Tour Europe With LODY KONG, INCITE And KING PARROT

SOULFLY will embark on a European headlining tour in early 2016 in support of the band's latest album, "Archangel".

Says SOULFLY mainman Max Cavalera: "Now it's Europe's turn to have a taste of the 'We Sold Our Souls To Metal' tour 2016. It's gonna be epic and unforgettable. Plus, we got LODY KONG, INCITE and KING PARROT. No stone will be left unturned. Prepare your metal head, we'll see you in the pit!"

The dates are as follows:

Feb. 10 - F Paris - Point Ephemere
Feb. 11 - F Toulouse - Connexion Live
Feb. 12 - ES Vitoria-Gasteiz - Jimmy Jazz Gasteiz
Feb. 13 - ES Valencia - Sala Noise
Feb. 14 - ES Zaragoza - Centro Civico Delicias
Feb. 16 - CH Schaffhausen - Kammgarn
Feb. 17 - CH Lucerne - Schuur
Feb. 18 - D Lindau - Club Vaudeville
Feb. 19 - I Milan - Fabrique
Feb. 20 - I Pordenone - Il Deposito Giordani
Feb. 21 - A Vienne - Szene
Feb. 22 - A Salzburg - Rockhouse
Feb. 23 - D Wuerzburg - Posthalle
Feb. 24 - D Dresden - Scheune
Feb. 25 - CZ Prague - Roxy
Feb. 26 - PL Katowice - Mega Club
Feb. 27 - PL Wrocklaw - Alibi
Feb. 28 - D Wiesbaden - Alter Schlachthof
Mar. 01 - LU Luxembourg - Den Atelier
Mar. 02 - B Gent - Vooruit
Mar. 03 - NL Nijmegen - Doornroosje
Mar. 04 - DK Aarhus - Train
Mar. 06 - N Oslo - John Dee
Mar. 07 - S Stockholm - Debaser Strand
Mar. 09 - FI Helsinki - Nosturi
Mar. 10 - FI Joensuu - Kerubi
Mar. 11 - RU St. Petersburg - Glavclub
Mar. 12 - RU Moscow - Yotaspace

SOULFLY tapped Mike Leon (HAVOK) to play bass on the band's recent North American headlining tour. Leon said: "I've been a fan of Max and his music since I was a little kid, and to be playing with him and the guys now is truly unbelievable!"

Handling bass duties for SOULFLY during some of the band's shows earlier in the year was Max Cavalera's son Igor, who also sings for the Phoenix, Arizona band LODY KONG.

Former STATIC-X bassist Tony Campos left SOULFLY in May and is now touring with FEAR FACTORY.

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