A European sporing tour with Agnostic Front, This Is Hell, and Facedown’s Call To Preserve has just been announced.  CTP will be recording their follow up to From Isolation in March just before they head to Germany to begin the tour.  Their new album will have an early summer 2010 release date.


28.03. Kassel – Spot (Germany)
29.03. Wroclaw – Alibi (Poland)
30.03. Bratislava – Randal Club (Slovakia)
31.03. Kosice – Colloseum Club (Slovakia)
01.04. Leipzig Conne Island (Germany)
02.04. Bydgoszcz – Estrada Bar (Poland)
03.04. Hamburg – TBA (Germany)
03.04. Rostock – Zwischenbau (Germany)
07.04. Traun – Spinnerei (Austria)
08.04. Cham L.A. (Germany)
09.04. Castelletto Cervo (Biella) – Koko Club (Italy)
10.04. Montpellier Secret Place (France)
11.04. Badalona – Estraperlo Club (Spain)
12.04. Madrid – TBA (Spain)
13.04. Lissabon – Music Box (Portugal)
14.04. Arrasate – Hiru (Spain)
15.04. Biarritz – Atabal (France)
16.04. Lyon – CCO (France)
17.04. Arlon – L’Entrepôt (Belgium)
18.04. Eindhoven – Dynamo (Netherlands)
19.04. Karlsruhe – Die Stadtmitte (Germany)
20.04. Montbeliard – Atelier des Moles (France)
21.04. Weinheim – Café Central (Germany)
22.04. Bochum – Matrix (Germany)
23.04. Meerhout Groezrock (Belgium)
24.04. Berlin – SO36 (Germany)


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