OPETH Confirm North American Tour With PORCUPINE TREE

Sweden's OPETH have confirmed the dates for their upcoming "Damnation" Tour 2003 with PORCUPINE TREE.

The details are as follows

Jul. 15 – Toronto, ONT - Opera House
Jul. 16 – Montreal, QUE - Medley
Jul. 17 - New York, NY - Irving Plaza
Jul. 18 – Boston. MA - Berkeley Performance Centre
Jul. 19 – Philadelphia, PA - Trocadero
Jul. 21 – Washington, D.C. - 9,3
Jul. 23 – Cleveland, OH - Agora
Jul. 24 – Detroit, MI - St Andrews Hall
Jul. 25 – Chicago, IL - Vic Theatre
Jul. 26 – Minneapolis, MN - Fine line
Jul. 28 – Boulder, CO - Fox Theatre

OPETH, who have been touring North America extensively to promote their 2002 album "Deliverance", will be focusing on their non-metal material for the first time on the upcoming tour, in particular songs from the recently issued "Damnation" album (which was produced by PORCUPINE TREE frontman Steven Wilson).

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