December 18, 2003 9:00

A PERFECT CIRCLE 'STEP' INTO UK!

The reshuffled line-up play dates in support of new album 'Thirteenth Step'...

A PERFECT CIRCLE 'STEP' INTO UK!
A PERFECT CIRCLE have announced details of a UK tour which will kick off at BIRMINGHAM ACADEMY on February 2.

The band will play seven dates across the country with a set featuring songs from their latest album 'Thirteenth Step'.

The band have now finalised their line-up, which now boasts former Smashing Pumpkins guitarist James Iha, who replaced Danny Lohner earlier in the year.

A Perfect Circle also features Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan and ex-Marilyn Manson bassist Jeordie White.

The dates are:
Birmingham Academy (February 2)
London Hammersmith Apollo (3)
Cambridge Corn Exchange (4)
Glasgow SECC (6)
Manchester Apollo (7)
Nottingham Rock City (8)
Southampton Guildhall (9)

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