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Converge set to tour
They'll be in England's capital come November 25th and Birmingham come the 26th.
Next Colchester, Glasgow and Manchester fans will be able to see the music instruments playing group in action, come the 27th, 28th and 29th respectively.
November 30th will them see them at the Button Factory – a venue in the Irish city of Dublin.
Meanwhile, when December rolls around, Brighton will be their gigging destination.
The world has also been told about which songs are going to be turning up on Converge's next LP.
It seems that tracks like On My Shield, Tender Abuse and Glacial Pace will be popping up on the album, which is called All We Love We Leave Behind.
Previous Converge tracks include Phoenix In Flight and Hell To Pay – both of which graced the LP Jane Doe.
Published by AW. Posted on 31 Aug 2012 17:07 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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