Dead Can Dance – Opium (2012)

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Having just wrapped up their North American tour, the reunited Dead Can Dance — co-founders Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard — this morning offered fans a free download of “Opium,” a track off Anastasis, the band’s first new album in 16 years. The band’s tour resumes with a 23-date European trek that opens Sunday in Lebanon, to be followed by a trio of dates in Mexico this November and two announced shows in Sydney next February (see full dates below). More shows are expected in Australia and Asia next year. [Source]

Dead Can Dance tour dates:

Sept. 16: Zouk Amphitheatre, Beirut, Lebanon
Sept. 19: HCTAT, Istanbul, Turkey
Sept. 21: Earth Theatre, Thessaloniki, Greece
Sept. 23: Lycabetus Theatre, Athens, Greece
Sept. 25: MCV, Utrecht, Holland
Sept. 27: Grand Rex, Paris, France
Sept. 29: Cirque Royal, Brussels, Belgium
Oct. 1: Alte Oper, Frankfurt, Germany
Oct. 3: Tempodrom, Berlin, Germany
Oct. 5: CCH, Hamburg, Germany
Oct. 7: Philharmonie, Munich, Germany
Oct. 8: Philharmonie, Cologne, Germany
Oct. 10: KCP, Prague, Czech Republic
Oct. 12: Bkz Oktyabrsky, St. Petersburg, Russia
Oct. 13: Crocus City Hall, Moscow, Russia
Oct. 15: Sala Kongresowa, Warsaw, Poland
Oct. 17: Papp Laszlo Arena, Budapest, Hungary
Oct. 19: Teatro Degli Arcimboldi, Milan, Italy
Oct. 20: Batiment Des Forces Motrices, Geneva, Switzerland
Oct. 22: Auditori, Barcelona, Spain
Oct. 24: Casa Da Musica, Porto, Portugal
Oct. 26: Royal Albert Hall, London, England
Oct. 28: Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

Nov. 27: Banamex Theater, Monterrey, Mexico
Nov. 29: National Auditorium, Mexico City, Mexico
Nov. 30: Teatro Diana, Guadalajara, Mexico

Feb. 3: Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia
Feb. 4: Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia

[via Curtis Wenzel on Google+]

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