Lamb Of God Announce ‘Resolution Tour’ Dates

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One of the biggest metal bands to have emerged from the metal scene in the past decade, Lamb of God have announced the first round of dates for their 2012/13 ‘Resolution Tour.’ You can check out the bands official press release below.

 

After having already been confirmed for the Australian Soundwave festival, the Virginian metallers have added several more dates to the tour, which comes in support of their upcoming album, ‘Resolution.’ LOG also announced that The Acacia Strain and Too Late The Hero will support them on tour.
 
Stay tuned, as more dates will drop soon.
 
Lamb of God ‘Resolution Tour’ dates and official press release:
 
In conjunction with the January 24th, 2012 release of Resolution, LAMB OF GOD will commence their two year Resolution tour with six east coast club shows. The band will also be doing in-store signings in four of the cities on show days. Details of these signings will be released the first week of January. The club dates are:
 
January 22nd- Richmond- The National
January 24th- New York- Irving Plaza
January 25th- Boston- The Paradise
January 26th- Philadelphia- The Trocadero
January 27th- Toronto- Phoenix Concert Hall
January 28th- Washington DC- 9:30 Club
 
Support on all shows except Richmond will be The Acacia Strain and Too Late The Hero. Following the club shows, the band starts the Pacific portion of the Resolution tour ending with the band’s first ever show in Alaska. These dates are:
 
February 12th- Seoul, South Korea
February 14th- Shanghai, China
February 16th- Taipei, Taiwan
February 18th- Manila, Philippines
February 20th- Singapore
February 22nd- Tokyo, Japan
February 23rd- Osaka, Japan
February 25th to March 5th- Soundwave Festival, Australia
March 7th- Auckland, New Zealand
March 9th- Anchorage, Alaska
 
For more info and to preorder ‘Resolution’ click here.

RESOLUTION 1.24.12 from Lamb of God on Vimeo.

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