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Katatonia announce UK & Ireland tour:  “Fallen Hearts of UK & Ireland”

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8th May - Marble Factory, Bristol

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10th May - Engine Rooms, Southampton

11th May - Sound Control, Manchester

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13th May - Limelight 2, Belfast

14th May - Academy, Dublin

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