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Volbeat to return to North America

Volbeat Volbeat has announced additional dates for the band’s return to North America. The quartet has steadily risen to become one of the major attractions in the European scene, and the band’s legend continues to grow here in the U.S. Volbeat’s last visit to North America was a runaway success, with a majority of the headline appearances selling out. Prior, they appeared in arenas across North America joining Lamb of God as support on Metallica’s 2009 tour.

Universal Republic released the Danish metal quartet’s major label debut BEYOND HELL / ABOVE HEAVEN on December 14, 2010. Overseas, the album debuted at number one on the sales charts in Denmark, Finland and Sweden, and Top 10 in a half dozen additional countries. Cumulative album sales to date are approaching 300,000 units, and continue to show strong momentum.

Appearances now include:
3/23 New York, NY Irving Plaza
3/24 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts
3/25 Toronto, ONT Sound Academy
3/26 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall
3/27 Chicago, IL House of Blues
3/29 Englewood, CO Gothic Theatre
3/30 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex
4/01 Missoula, MT Wilma Theater
4/03 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom
4/05 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades
4/06 W. Hollywood, CA House of Blues L.A
4/08 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
4/09 Anaheim, CA House of Blues
4/10 San Diego, CA House of Blues
4/13 Dallas, TX House of Blues
4/14 Houston, TX Scout Bar
4/16 Atlanta, GA Center Stage
4/17 Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues Orlando
4/22 Baltimore, MD Sonar
4/23 Clifton Park, NY Northern Lights
4/25 Boston, MA Paradise
4/27 New York, NY Irving Plaza

Details regarding additional performances can be found at or on the band’s web sites as they become available. Volbeat will be supported by The Damned Things and Hourcast on this tour.

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    March 08, 2011

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