Enter Shikari finish new album, confirm tour dates

The band's drummer misses part of the tour though

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Enter Shikari have finished their new album.

Although there is no release date or tracklisting for the album, the band have confirmed the LP's name - 'Common Dreads'.

The band, who recently offered a free download of new song 'Antwerpen' on Entershikari.com, have also announced their first tour dates of 2009. They will tour the UK and Europe throughout May.

Prior to that, they will play several SXSW shows in Texas - although they won't be joined by drummer Rob Rolfe, who has been denied a visa for the trip due to a previous arrest. Rolfe will be replaced on the US dates by Fell Silent sticksman Noddy.

Enter Shikari play the following dates:

Texas Plano Centre (March 14)
Texas Walters On Washington (15)
Texas Rock Bottom (16)
Texas Las Palmas Race Park (18)
O2 Academy Brixton (April 17)
Leeds Met Uni (18)
Manchester Academy (19)
Paris La Maroquinerie (21)
Lille Les Paradis Artificiels Festival (22)
Brussels Ab (23)
Bochum Zeche (25)
Koln Live Music Hall (26)
Hamburg Markethalle (27)
Berlin Postbahnof (28)
Munich Theatfabrik (30)

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