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Inhuman Condition, Micawber, Crusadist tour dates

Floridian death metal band Inhuman Condition have announced the second leg of their "Tourantula," set to kick off January 6th. Joining the band on the run will come from Micawber and Crusadist, who were on the first leg of the "Tourantula" back in September. Dates are listed below.

"The Tourantula is creeping towards your town! We can't wait to hit the road again and support Rat°God for another run in the States," say Inhuman Condition. "We're bringing our buddies in Crusadist out again and we're also going to be playing with Micawber for the first 11 shows, so it's going to be a good time.  A huge thanks to Steph at Continental for busting his ass and putting this tour together for us! See you all out there."

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Inhuman Condition, Micawber, Crusadist tour dates:

1/6 Austin, TX @ Come And Take It Live
1/7 Houston, TX @ Satellite Bar
1/8 Dallas, TX @ Amplified Live
1/9 Oklahoma City, OK @ Kendell's Bar
1/10 El Paso, TX @ Rockhouse Bar & Grill
1/11 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
1/12 Lincoln, NE @ 1867 Bar
1/13 Des Moines, IA @ Lefty’s
1/14 Minneapolis, MN @ Cabooze
1/15 Chicago, IL @ Live Wire Lounge
1/16 Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary
1/18 Greensboro, NC @ The Blind Tiger (no Micawber)
1/19 Savannah, GA @ The Wormhole (no Micawber)

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anonymous 181 days ago

Flying in from Uganda for the Des Moines date. Can't wait.


anonymous 181 days ago

1/17 perfect for a quick skedaddle out to Billings.


evil_hero 181 days ago

lol ^^^^


evil_hero 181 days ago

this is barely a tour. its one date over a jaunt


anonymous 180 days ago

Inhuman is sick


anonymous 180 days ago

el paso to denver in one night in a bus? who routed this tour?


anonymous 180 days ago

They can't possibly even be in a bus, can they??


anonymous 179 days ago

If your band name starts with inhuman guaranteed your music sucks





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