THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD Added To CHILDREN OF BODOM North American Tour

South Carolina's death metal road warriors THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD have been confirmed as support for CHILDREN OF BODOM's upcoming North American tour as the replacement for BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, who have dropped off to join the ROB ZOMBIE/LACUNA COIL trek. Also featuring CHIMAIRA and GOD FORBID on select dates, the CHILDREN OF BODOM tour will feature THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD on 18 of the 19 dates across the U.S., joining up on March 19.

This tour is the latest in a string of live dates and tours THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD have been a part of since the release of the band's Prosthetic Records debut, "Bloodlust". The band will be filming the debut video from "Bloodlust" in March, and in the meantime will continue their current tour with ED GEIN, THE NUMBER TWELVE LOOKS LIKE YOU, ANIMOSITY, and DESPISED ICON, including a stop at Los Angeles Murderfest on Feb. 19.

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