City Slang: Battlecross to tour with Death Angel

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Detroit metal heroes Battlecross will tour the country with veteran thrash band Death Angel, says Metal Blade Records.

According to a statement, “Battlecross are about to return home from their summer of touring as part of the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival, but won't be idle for long. The Michigan-based upstarts will be performing at the GWAR-BQ next weekend, then will head out on a short tour in September-October with Hatebreed. To cap off an extremely successful 2013, Battlecross has announced that they will be supporting Death Angel on their fall headlining tour! Battlecross will join the tour's other supporting acts 3 Inches of Blood, Revocation, and Diamond Plate for a tour that begins on October 18 in San Francisco and wraps on November 10 in Santa Ana, CA. Tickets are on today/tomorrow in each city.”

Sadly, as of right now, there isn’t a Detroit-area date on the Battlecross/Death Angel itinerary. We think they should do something about that.

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