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Death From Above Release New Track Holy Books

Friday, 01 September 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Death From Above have shared their new track, Holy Books.

The new song, which premiered on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show last night, is taken from the duo's forthcoming third full length album, 'Outrage! Is Now', which is set to arrive on September 8 through Last Gang/eOne.

Sebastien Grainger and Jesse F. Keeler will follow up the record's release with a North American tour, which will kick off on October 20 in Montreal.

Death From Above Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri October 20 2017 - MONTREAL Quebec - Corona Theatre (Canada)
Sat October 21 2017 - BOSTON Massachusetts - Paradise Rock Club (USA)
Mon October 23 2017 - CLIFTON PARK New York - Upstate Concert Hall (USA)
Wed October 25 2017 - BROOKLYN New York - Brooklyn Steel (USA)
Fri October 27 2017 - PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania - Union Transfer (USA)
Sat October 28 2017 - SILVER SPRING Maryland - Fillmore Silver Spring (USA)
Mon October 30 2017 - ATLANTA Georgia - Masquerade (USA)
Tue October 31 2017 - NASHVILLE Tennessee - Cannery Ballroom (USA)
Thu November 02 2017 - COLUMBUS Ohio - Newport Music Hall (USA)
Fri November 03 2017 - DETROIT Michigan - St Andrews Hall (USA)
Tue November 07 2017 - ST LOUIS Missouri - Delmar Hall (USA)
Wed November 08 2017 - KANSAS CITY Missouri - Arvest Bank Theatre (USA)
Fri November 10 2017 - ENGLEWOOD Colorado - Gothic Theatre (USA)
Sat November 11 2017 - SALT LAKE CITY Utah - Metro Music Hall (USA)
Mon November 13 2017 - SAN DIEGO California - House of Blues (USA)
Wed November 15 2017 - LOS ANGELES California - Novembero (USA)
Fri November 17 2017 - BERKELEY California - UC Theatre (USA)
Sat November 18 2017 - PORTLAND Oregon - Roseland Theater (USA)
Mon November 20 2017 - SEATTLE Washington - Showbox (USA)
Tue November 21 2017 - VANCOUVER British Columbia - Commodore Ballroom (Canada)
Thu November 23 2017 - EDMONTON Alberta - Union Hall (Canada)
Fri November 24 2017 - CALGARY Alberta - Grey Eagle Resort & Casino (Canada)
Sat November 25 2017 - SASKATOON Saskatchewan - O'Brians Event Centre (Canada)
Mon November 27 2017 - WINNIPEG Manitoba - Burton Cummings Theatre (Canada)
Fri December 01 2017 - TORONTO Ontario - Phoenix Concert Theatre (Canada)
Sat December 02 2017 - TORONTO Ontario - Phoenix Concert Theatre (Canada)

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