Arcanium tapped as support for Megadeth tour

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Speaking of metal bands from up north, Arcanium received some righteous news this week. The Loveland-based outfit, which just a new album titled The Architects, was just tapped as a supporting act on Megadeth's upcoming Endgame tour with Machinehead and Suicide Silence, which kicks off at the Orbit Room in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Saturday, November 14. Twenty dates have been announced thus far with more to be added. Quite a get for Arcanium, whose brand of industrial tinged metal, which falls neatly between both headliners, should attract a slew of new fans. See full itinerary after the jump.

Megadeth / Machine Head / Suicide Silence / Arcanium 2009 Tour

November 14 - The Orbit Room, Grand Rapids, MI
November 15 - Peoria Civic Center, Peoria, IL
November 17 - Eagles ballroom, Milwaukee, WI
November 18 - The LC Pavilion, Columbus, OH
November 20 - Madison Theater, Covington, KY
November 21 - The National, Richmond, VA
November 22 - Valarium, Knoxville, TN
November 23 - The Fillmore, Charlotte, NC
November 25 - Revolution, Ft. Lauderdal, FL
November 27 - Hard Rock Live, Orlando, FL
November 28 - House Of Blues, N. Myrtle Beach, SC
November 30 - The Pavilion @ Concrete Street, Corpus Christi, TX
December 1 - Sunken Gardens, San Antonio, TX
December 2 - Palladium Ballroom, Dallas, TX
December 3 - Bricktown Events Ctr, Oklahoma City, OK
December 5 - The Beaumont, Kansas City, MO *
December 6- Pop's Sauget, IL *
December 7 - Great Hall W River Ctr, Davenport, IA *
December 8 - Fargo Civic Auitorium, Fargo, ND *
December 10 - Shrine Auditorium, Billings, MT *

* Warbringer replaces Machine Head

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