HIGH ON FIRE Announce North American Headlining Tour

HIGH ON FIRE have announced the plans for a full North American headlining tour starting in January.

The Decibel magazine-sponsored tour, in support of the band's critically acclaimed album "Blessed Black Wings", includes special guests THE BRONX, BIG BUSINESS and labelmates BURIED INSIDE. The new year will kick off with this headlining tour after HIGH ON FIRE spent most of 2005 touring as part of the the Sounds of the Underground tour with LAMB OF GOD and supporting EVERY TIME I DIE and CLUTCH. A complete listing of North American tour dates will be announced shortly.

HIGH ON FIRE will also return to Europe for an appearance at the legendary All Tomorrows Party on invitation from headliners THE MARS VOLTA. The European tour will also encompass headlining shows in France, Spain, and Belgium as well as U.K. and Greek dates supporting MASTODON. Additionally, "Devilution", the lead-off track from "Blessed Black Wings", will appear in Tony Hawk's "American Wasteland" video game. The video for "Devilution" can be seen on MTV2 and dozens of regional video shows throughout North America.


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