Neurosis Announces Winter 2012 US Tour Dates

November 29th, 2012
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Bay Area-based post-metal outfit Neurosis has announced new Winter tour dates in support of their 10th studio album Honor Found in Decay. The added shows include stops in Atlanta, Los Angeles and Seattle.
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The band recently held an album release show in Oakland and will head to the UK this weekend for two performances. First at ATP’s Nightmare Before Christmas hosted by Shellac followed by a show in London with support from Godflesh.

Check out the full list of tour dates below.

Neurosis Winter 2012 Tour Dates

Nov 30-Dec 2 ATP’s Nightmare Before Christmas: Camber Sands, UK – Camber Sands Holiday Camp,
Dec 2: London, England – HMV Forum w/ Godflesh
Dec 29: Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
Jan 4: Los Angeles, CA – Fonda Theatre
Jan 5: Seattle, WA – Showbox

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