New Tour Dates For 2012 European Summer Tour

Interview Opportunities with

Andrew Neufeld, Vocals

Jeremy Hiebert, Guitar

Additional members are available upon request

WHAT: Canadian hardcore group COMEBACK KID will be touring in Europe, June 2012 for a week long run with NO TURNING BACK and

MARATHONMANN on select dates.

COMEBACK KID is currently on tour headlining the Symptoms + Cures tour with support from FOUNDATION, SUCH GOLD and LIVING WITH LIONS. Check out the remaining dates here. They will be killing it at BAMBOOZLE in Asbury Park, NJ on May 20th before heading to Europe.  In Belgium, they will be playing GRASOP METAL MEETING with legends OZZY OSBOURNE, SLAYER, TWISTED SISTER, MEGADEATH and more! See Photo Below.

WHO: Talk to members of COMEBACK KID:

  • Andrew Neufeld, Vocals
  • Jeremy Hiebert, Guitar
  • Kyle Profetta, Drums
  • Matt Keil, Bass


WHERE: EUROPE – Check out tour dates here.

To schedule an interview, contact

Jessica Mayhew at Victory Records

312-666-8661 x114


6/22 –Wiesbaden (D) Schlacthof

6/23 –Dessel (B) Graspop Fest ***

06/24 –Lyon (D) Ninkasi Kao

6/25 –Pinarella (I) Rockplanet

6/26 –Munchen (D) Feierwerk

6/27 –Lindau (D) Vauderville

6/28 –Tilbert (NL) 013

6/29 –London (UK) Borderline

6/30 –Leeds (UK) Ghost Fest ***

7/01 –Roitzschjorda (D) With Full Force ***

***Comeback Kid Headlining

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