COUNTERPARTS ANNOUNCES FIRST EVER EUROPEAN HEADLINING TOUR (8/06)


WHAT: Canadian melodic hardcore group, COUNTERPARTS will be headlining their first ever European tour. EMPIRES FADE and CLIMATES will join COUNTERPARTS on their nineteen city run beginning October 22 in Eindhoven, Netherlands.

Vocalist Brendan Murphy comments, “We’re very excited to begin our European tour and have wanted to tour in Europe for months now. We are always getting bombarded with messages on our Facebook saying, “Come to Germany!”, “Come to Italy!” etc., and now we can finally say “YO C U SOON” and mean it!  We’re excited to see how our band will do internationally and are excited to visit parts of the world we may never get to see again, assuming our plane makes it there in one piece.”

COUNTERPARTS will be supporting STRAY FROM THE PATH on their upcoming tour starting in Windsor, Ontario on September 10. Check out the complete list of tour dates and watch their recent music video for “Jumping Ship”. The Current Will Carry Us is available for only $5 on AmazonMP3 until the end of August.

members of COUNTERPARTS:

·         Brendan Murphy- Vocals

·         Jesse Doreen- Guitar

·         Alex Re- Guitar

·         Eric Bazinet- Bass

·         Kelly Bilan- Drums

WHEN:  Fall 2012

WHERE:  Check out the full list of tour dates here.

For more information on Counterparts:

http://www.facebook.com/counterpartshc

http://www.victoryrecords.com/counterparts

“The Constant” Guitar Demonstration Video

THE EASTERN CANADA TOUR with STRAY FROM THE PATH  Tour Dates:
9/10- Windsor, ON @ The Dominion House

9/11- London, ON @ London Music Hall
9/12- Barrie, ON @ The DIY

9/13- Hamilton, ON @ Absinthe
9/14- Toronto, ON @ The Mod Club Theater
9/15- Kitchener, ON @ Club Wax
9/16- Montreal, QC @ La Sala Rossa

9/19- Quebec City, QC @ L’Agitee (No OTB)

9/20- Fredericton, NB @ Kinsmen Center
9/21- Halifax, NS @ The Pavilion
9/23- Rimouski, QC @ Coop Paradis
9/24- Jonquiere, QC @ Komplexe K-Baret
9/26- Ottawa, ON @ Mavericks

European Headlining Tour Dates:

10/22- Eindhoven (NL) @ Kafe Aloys

10/23- Trier (DE) @ Exhaus

10/24- Frankfurt (DE) @Elfer

10/25- Munchen (DE) @ Backstage

10/26- Zizers (CH) @ Event-Stage

10/27- Comacchio (IT) @ The Voodoo Club

10/28- Mestre (IT) @ Pop Corn

10/29- Wien (AT) @ B72

10/30- Dessau (DE) @ Beat Club

10/31- Nurnberg (DE) @ Desi

11/01- Wolfsburg (DE) @ D-Place

11/02- Koln (DE) @ MTC

11/03- Paris (FR) @ Damage Festival

11/04- Hasselt (BE) @ Heartcore MMXII

11/06- Praha (CZ) @ Klub 007

11/07- Linz (AT) @ Ann & Pat

11/09- Lille (FR) @ Hotel De La Musique

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