Death Angel Announce 2011 Tour

Death Angel

We’re already getting 2011 tour dates…damn. Did this summer cruise by for everyone else? I know I’m sad it’s winded down and that we’re heading into fall. I fucking hate the winter. I need to move to the West Coast.

Speaking of which, thrash metallers Death Angel are from California…they probably don’t mild the winters. I bet they’re rather mild. Guess what? They’re going on tour next year under the banner “The North American Retribution 2011 Tour.” Ain’t that a mouthful?

Death Angel will be taking Lazarus A.D., Early Man, Bonded By Blood and Hexen along for the trek. You should definitely check this tour out, especially if you like thrash. It’s going to be sick. Dates after the jump.

The North American Retribution 2011 Tour dates:
January 30: Raleigh, NC – Volume 11

January 31: Charlotte, NC – The Casbah

February 1: West Springfield, VA – Jaxx

February 2: Farmingdale, NY – Crazy Donkey

February 3: Manchester, NH – Rocko’s

February 4: Providence, RI – Club Hell

February 5: Rochester, NY – Montage Music Hall

February 6: Toronto, ON – Mod Club

February 7: Cleveland, OH – Peabody’s

February 8: Detroit, MI – Blondie’s

February 9: Chicago, IL – Reggie’s Rock Club

February 10: Louisville, KY – Phoenix Hill Tavern

February 11: Kansas City, MO – Riot Room

February 12: Oklahoma City, OK – Conservatory

February 13: Houston, TX – Numbers (feat. D.R.I.)

February 14: Austin, TX – Emo’s (feat. D.R.I.)

February 15: San Antonio, TX – White Rabbit (feat. D.R.I.)

February 16: Fort Worth, TX – Rail Club

February 18: Tucson, AZ – Club DV8

February 19: Tempe, AZ – Clubhouse

February 20: Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction

February 21: Las Vegas, NC – Cheyenne Saloon

February 22: Hollywood, CA – The Key Club

February 23: San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick

February 24: Orangevale, CA – The Boardwalk

February 25: Chico, CA – Lost On Main

February 26: San Francisco, CA – Slim’s

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