TRASHLIGHT VISION Announce U.K. Headlining Dates

TRASHLIGHT VISION, the new band featuring MURDERDOLLS guitarist Acey Slade, have announced several U.K. headlining dates to follow their European trek as the support act for BACKYARD BABIES. The details are as follows:

Jun. 13 - Rock City - Nottingham, UK
Jun. 14 - Central Station - Wrexham, UK
Jun. 15 - Joiners - Southampton, UK
Jun. 16 - Corporation - Sheffield, UK
Jun. 17 - Studio 24 - Edinburgh, UK
Jun. 18 - Doghouse - Dundee, UK

TRASHLIGHT VISION's European tour with BACKYARD BABIES and SUPAGROUP is scheduled to kick off on May 12 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

TRASHLIGHT VISION's debut album, "Alibis and Ammunition", was issued in Europe on April 17 via Undergroove Records. A North American release date for the CD has yet to be announced. The band shot a video for the song "Allergic to You" with director Dale Resteghini (MUDVAYNE, HATEBREED, FALL OUT BOY, TRIVIUM) on February 26 in Brooklyn, New York.

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