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Dead Can Dance to Give Two Concerts in Russia in October 2012
9.03.2012 14:11
Dead Can Dance to Give Two Concerts in Russia in October 2012

The legendary band Dead Can Dance will perform in the Oktyabrsky Concert Hall in St. Petersburg on October, 12th, and in the Crocus City Hall in Moscow on October, 13th.
      
      Both the shows are mentioned in the tour schedule on the official site of Dead Can Dance. Performances will take place in the framework of the tour dated to the release of the band's new studio album.
      
      The seventh and until recent the last studio work of Dead Can Dance is the album Spiritchaser of 1996. The band broke up in 1998; however it reunited in 2005 and has given a number of concerts since then. In the framework of the tour of the mid 2000 Dead Can Dance already came to the Russian Federation, however at that time they performed in St. Petersburg only.
      
      Source: oreanda.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


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