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Devildriver announce 2019 European tour

Devildriver (Image credit: Ben Hoffman)

Devildriver have announced a European tour for later this year.

The band have lined up a total of 19 dates, beginning on September 13 at Antwerp’s Trix and wrapping up with a set at Seville’s End Of Summer Open Air Fest on October 5.

Frontman Dez Fafara says: “Absolutely over the top excited to come to Europe and knock back a bunch of shows with Devildriver! Come out and get in the fucking Pit – this will be our only EU play in 2019 so don’t miss out!” 

Just last week, Fafara updated fans on how work was progressing on their upcoming and as-yet-untitled studio album by uploading an image of open folders.

He said: “This is what two years and hard work looks like – 20 folders filled from hand-written lyrics to typed then finished.

“I’m gonna jump in my pool and fucking swim and wash all this away! I left everything on the table. If this was my last I would be proud to go out like this!

“Steve Evetts produced what is our finest defining moment as a band. Get ready!”

Last summer, Devildriver released their country-themed cover album Outlaws ’Til the End, Vol. 1 featuring guest musicians, including Lamb Of God’s Randy Blythe and Mark Morton, Hank3, John Carter Cash, Wednesday 13 and 36 Crazyfists’ Brock Lindow.

Devildriver will head out on tour with Static-X across North America this summer.

#Repost from @napalmrecordsofficial. @devildriver Announce European Headlining Tour Starting This September 2019 ! Globally renowned, chart-topping band #DEVILDRIVER have release their latest full-length album of outlaw country-gone-metal anthems, #OutlawsTilTheEnd: Vol. 1, back in July 2018. DEVILDRIVER have never made a record like this before. But then, nor has anyone else. Grab your copy now at our official webstore - link in our story highlights! Now it’s time to bring some DEVILDRIVER madness over Europe! This tour will be the only run DEVILDRIVER will be hitting Europe in 2019, so make sure to be part of it. DEVILDRIVER frontman #DezFafara on the upcoming European tour: “Absolutely over the top excited to come to the EU and knock back a bunch of shows with DevilDriver! Come out and get in the fucking Pit , this will be our only EU play in 2019 so don’t miss out!” So do what Dez says and don’t miss out on this upcoming kick-ass tour near you! Check out all dates and venues below: 13.09.2019 BE – Antwerp / Trix 14.09.2019 DE – Hamburg / Logo 15.09.2019 DE – Berlin / BiNuru 16.09.2019 PL – Warsaw / Proxima 17.09.2019 CZ – Prague / Futurum 19.09.2019 AT – Vienna / Arena 20.09.2019 DE – Munich / Backstage Halle 21.09.2019 CH – Pratteln / Z7 23.09.2019 CH – Geneva / L’Usine 24.09.2019 IT – Milan / Legend Club 25.09.2019 IT – Rome / Orion 27.09.2019 FR – Lyon / CCO 28.09.2019 FR – Mulhouse / Le Noumatrouff 29.09.2019 FR – Metz / Le Gueulard 30.09.2019 FR – Paris / Petit Bain 01.10.2019 FR – Toulouse / Le Metronum 03.10.2019 ES – Barcelona / Razzmatazz 2 04.10.2019 ES – Madrid / Independence 05.10.2019 ES – Bormujos Seville / End Of Summer Open Air Fest dezfafara

A photo posted by @dezfafara on Apr 8, 2019 at 8:44am PDT

Devildriver 2019 European tour
Sep 13: Antwerp Trix, Belgium
Sep 14: Hamburg Logo, Germany
Sep 15: Berlin BiNuru, Germany
Sep 16: Warsaw Proxima, Poland
Sep 17: Prague Futurum, Czech Republic
Sep 19: Vienna Arena, Austria
Sep 20: Munich Backstage Halle, Germany
Sep 21: Pratteln Z7, Switzerland
Sep 23: Geneva L’Usine, Switzerland
Sep 24: Milan Legend Club, Italy
Sep 25: Rome Orion, Italy
Sep 27: Lyon CCO, France
Sep 28: Mulhouse Le Noumatrouff, France
Sep 29: Metz Le Gueulard, France
Sep 30: Paris Petit Bain, France
Oct 01: Toulouse Le Metronum, France
Oct 03: Barcelona Razzmatazz 2, Spain
Oct 04: Madrid Independence, Spain
Oct 05: Bormujos Seville End Of Summer Open Air Fest, Spain

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