NEUROSIS ANNOUNCE EUROPEAN TOUR

After just a handful of North American shows in support of their recent full-length “Honor Found in Decay,” Neurosis has announced a full-scale European tour, including performances at a few of the summertime festivals throughout Europe.  This tour, which is almost unheard of for Neurosis, will see the band trek through roughly 11 countries for a total of 18 performances beginning in late May and wrapping up in early July.

 

Dates for the shows are as follows:

5/24/2013 Primavera Sound Festival 2013 – Barcelona, Spain

5/25/2013 La Grande Halle de la Villette – Paris, France w/ Swans

6/21/2013 Hellfest – Clisson, France

6/22/2013 Eurocam Media Center – Lint-Antwerp, Belgium

6/23/2013 Substage – Karlsruhe, Germany

6/24/2013 SO 36 – Berlin, Germany

6/25/2013 Grey Hall / Christiania – Copenhagen, Denmark

6/26/2013 Betong – Oslo, Norway

6/27/2013 Byscenen – Trondheim, Norway

6/28/2013 Bravalla Festival – Norköpping, Sweden

6/30/2013 Palladium – Warsaw, Poland

7/01/2013 Lucerna Music Bar – Prague, Czech Republic

7/02/2013 UT Connewitz – Leipzig, Germany

7/03/2013 UT Connewitz – Leipzig, Germany

7/04/2013 Magnolia – Milano, Italy

7/05/2013 L’Usine – Genf, Switzerland

7/06/2013 Rote Fabrik – Zürich, Switzerland

7/07/2013 Eurockeennes Festival – Belfort, France

 

“Honor Found in Decay,” which is the tenth full-length from Neurosis, was released in October 2012 via the band’s Neurot Recordings, in conjunction with Relapse Records.  This was a highly anticipated album, as their previous effort, “Given to the Rising,” was released in 2007, leaving their fans salivating for any new effort from these titans, which took roughly 5 years to materialize.

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