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Shining and Revenge announce ‘No More Safe Space’ Tour

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Swedish depressive and progressive black metal outfit Shining, emboldened by last year’s US tour supporting Belphegor, are returning to the states support for Canadian war metal outfit Revenge. Direct support will come from Wolvhammer. In a move that will ruffle no one’s feathers at all, they’re calling it the ‘No More Safe Space’ tour. Interpret that however you like. For some context, read our exclusive interview with Shining main man Niklas Kvarforth from their last US tour here.

Dates are as follows.
05/05/17 Baltimore, MD Sparta Inn
05/06/17 Trenton, NJ Championship Bar
05/08/17 Montreal, QC Foufounes Electriques
05/09/17 Toronto, ON Garrison
05/10/17 Detroit, MI Harpo’s
05/11/17 Chicago, IL Reggie’s
05/12/17 Kansas City, MO Riot Room
05/15/17 Vancouver, BC Red Room*
05/16/17 Seattle, WA Studio Seven
05/17/17 Portland, OR Tonic Lounge
05/18/17 Oakland, CA Metro Opera House
05/19/17 Las Vegas, NV Adrenaline
05/20/17 Los Angeles, CA Complex
05/21/17 Phoenix, AZ Joe’s Grotto
05/23/17 Austin, TX Grizzly Hall
05/24/17 Fort Worth, TX Rail Club

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