City Slang: Black Dahlia Murder to tour Canada and finish in Detroit

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The Black Dahlia Murder will continue the North American tour by hitting much of Canada through May, before finishing off at St. Andrew’s Hall in Detroit on June 2.

Joining them on the Canadian Ritual Tour will be Exhumed and the gloriously named Fuck the Facts.

According to a press release, “The Black Dahlia Murder have already toured Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines and Japan, with dates in New Zealand Japan, Soundwave Festival in Australia and are about to embark on a headlining tour of the US with Nile, Skeletonwitch and Hour Of Penance.

The Canadian Ritual tour dates are as follows:
05/11 Madison, WI High Noon Saloon
05/12 Eau Claire, WI House Of Rock
05/13 Fargo, ND The Venue
05/14 Billings, MT Mannys
05/15 Spokane, WA A-Club
05/16 Vancouver, BC Rickshaw
05/18 Edmonton, AB Starlite Room
05/19 Calgary, AB The Den
05/20 Regina, SK The Exchange
05/21 Winnipeg, MB WECC
05/22 Thunder Bay, ON CROCKS
05/24 Toronto, ON Wreck Room
05/25 Quebec City, QC Imperial
05/26 Montreal, QC The National
05/27 Moncton, NB The Manhattan
05/28 Halifax, NS The Pavilion
05/29 Halifax, NS The Seahorse
05/31 Ottawa, ON Ritual
06/01 London, ON London Music Hall
06/02 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall

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