FU MANCHU have lined up the following dates during the coming months:
Oct. 19 - Big Fish Pub - Tempe, AZ
Nov. 27 - Grand Rapids, MI - Orbit Room
Nov. 28 - Eagles Club - Milwaukee, WI
Nov. 29 - First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN
Nov. 30 - Logan Square - Chicago, IL
Dec. 01 - Pops - St Louis, MO
Dec. 03 - The World - Pittsburgh, PA
Dec. 04 - Opera House - Toronto, ON
Dec. 05 - Newport Music Hall - Columbus, OH
Dec. 07 - Sound Factory - Charleston, WV
Dec. 08 - House of Blues - Cleveland, OH
Dec. 09 - The Vogue - Indianapolis, IN
Dec. 10 - Headliners - Louisville, KY
Dec. 11 - Masquerade - Atlanta, GA
Dec. 12 - Exit/In - Nashville, TN
FU MANCHU will be touring in support of their latest album, "Start the Machine", which was released this week through DRT Entertainment. The follow-up to 2002's "California Crossing" (Mammoth) was produced by Brian Joseph Dobbs (VOIVOD, MANMADEGOD, DEATH ANGEL) and marks the group's first release for DRT Entertainment, the independent label founded last year by senior music industry executives Derek Shulman, Ron Urban and Ted Green.
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