Call To Preserve are currently recording their latest album at Warrior Sound Studios (Advent, He Is Legend).  The album is titled Life of Defiance and is due out on June 8, 2010.  After wrapping the recording of their sophomore Facedown release at the end of the month, the band will leave for a European tour with Agnostic Front.

Tour Dates:
Mar 28 – Kassel @ Spot (Germany)
Mar 29 – Wroclaw @ Alibi (Poland)
Mar 30 – Bratislava @ Randal Club (Slovakia)
Mar 31 – Kosice @ Colloseum Club (Slovakia)
Apr 1 – Leipzig @ Conne Island (Germany)
Apr 2 – Bydgoszcz @ Estrada Bar (Poland)
Apr 3 – Rostock @ Zwischenbau (Germany)
Apr 7 – Traun @ Spinnerei (Austria)
Apr 8 – Cham @ L.A. (Germany)
Apr 9 – Castelletto Cervo (Biella) @ Koko Club (Italy)
Apr 10 – Montpellier @ Secret Place (France)
Apr 11 – Badalona @ Estraperlo Club (Spain)
Apr 12 – Madrid @ TBA (Spain)
Apr 13 – Lissabon @ Music Box (Portugal)
Apr 14 – Arrasate @ Hiru (Spain)
Apr 15 – Biarritz @ Atabal (France)
Apr 16 – Lyon @ CCO (France)
Apr 17 – Arlon @ L’Entrepôt (Belgium)
Apr 18 – Eindhoven @ Dynamo (Netherlands)
Apr 19 – Karlsruhe @ Die Stadtmitte (Germany)
Apr 20 – Montbeliard @ Atelier des Moles (France)
Apr 21 – Weinheim @ Café Central (Germany)
Apr 22 – Bochum @ Matrix (Germany)
Apr 23 – Meerhout @ Groezrock (Belgium)
Apr 24 – Berlin @ SO36 (Germany)

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