May European Tour
May 8th Bonn, Germany, Kult 41 – Doors at 19:30
May 9th Paris, France, Miroiterie
May 10th Perigueux, France, La Bartol
May 11th Donostia-San Sebastián, Euskadi, Le Bukowski
May 12th Zaragoza, Spain, Sala Arrebato
May 13th Badalona, Spain, Estraperlo Club
May 14th Montpelier, France, Secret Place
May 15th Lyon, France, Warm Audio
May 16th Torino, Italy, United Club
May 17th Bologna, Italy, Atlantide
May 18th Roma, Italy, Vocturno Occupato
May 19th Brescia, Italy, Magazzino 47
May 20th Geneva, Switzerland, Usine
May 21st Zurich, Switzerland, Dynamo
May 22nd Nurnberg, Germany, Zentral im Kunstlerhaus
May 23rd Gottigen, Germany, Musa
May 24th Berlin, Germany, Wild at Heart
May 25th Wilhelmshaven, Germany, Kling Klang
May 26th Steenwijk, Netherlands, Buze
May 27th Hunxe, Germany, Ruhrpott Rodeo Festival
July USA Dates
July 5th Port Angeles, WA, Coog’s
July 6th Tacoma, WA, Hell’s Kitchen
July 7th Oak Harbor, WA, Oak Tavern
July 8th Richland, WA, Ray’s Golden Lion
AUGUST U.K., Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands Tour
August 1st London, UK, Underworld
August 3rd Aberdeen, Scotland, Moorings Bar
August 4th Leeds, UK, Brundell Social Club
August 5th Blackpool, UK , Winter Gardens, Rebellion Festival
August 7th Newcastle, UK, Trillians
August 8th Wrexham, UK Central Station
August 9th Dublin, UK, Button Factory
August 10th Manchester, UK, Moho Live
August 11th Ieper, Belgium, Ieperfest
August 12th The Netherlands, TBA
August 13th The Netherlands, TBA
More dates being confirmed!
Here’s the official statement:
Canada’s punk pioneers recorded the bed tracks this past December and have just finished all the overdubs, Sho Murray and Chon (co-producers) start mixing this week. The album will be out in June on Sudden Death Records. We Come In Peace takes a determined political stance with songs like: We Occupy, Dirty Bastards, We’re Bloodied But Unbowed and Fuck It. The album also features a heavy slice of ska, reggae and dub, with five songs in this vein, including a stirring version of Toxic Reason’s classic: War Hero. You’ll also get your head ripped off with crushing anthems like: Boneyard, Bring Out Your Dead and Who The Hell Do You Think You Are. Joe Shithead Keithley, Canada’s godfather of hardcore also took his old friend Jello Biafra’s advice and recorded an acoustic version of D.O.A.’s classic General Strike, as a sign of the times.
D.O.A. have also recorded a great version of the Beatles Revolution.
D.O.A. The Men of action will take their frantic and all powerful, devil may care live show to Europe this May. Joe’s blitzkrieg vocal and guitar attack is driven along by the incredible rhythm section of Dirty Dan Sedan on bass and new drummer JJ Heath. The 20 date tour features stops in six different countries. Six shows in Germany, four in Italy, four in France, three in Spain, two in Switzerland and one stop in the Netherlands.
Win a free copy of D.O.A.’s new album We Come In Peace. All you have to do is pass this press release along to 10 friends and then email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short story about a D.O.A. show you’ve been to over the years. We will then send you a link where you will be able to download the new album. Then the busy beavers at Sudden Death will go through the stories and pick out the 10 best and send the winners special prize packs of either the CD or LP version (which ever you prefer) a D.O.A. t-shirt, badges, stickers and a pair of free tickets to any D.O.A. tour date in 2012 and 2013. We will feature all the stories sent in on a new section of our website.
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PUBLISHED on February 22, 2012.
UPDATED on May 8, 2012 – more dates added.