Swiss band Cellar Darling join Katatonia on tour
On March 22nd, Switzerland’s CELLAR DARLING will release their new concept album The Spell, which tells the story of a girl who falls in love with death, and of course, the Swiss high flyers are more than ready for an extensive new touring cycle.
Whilst the dark prog rockers have already announced their own UK headline tour, they will now also be joining doom pioneers KATATONIA on their 10 year anniversary tour for “Night Is The New Day“. Catch the band in Luxemburg, Germany, Belgium and the UK in this fine company on these new dates:
w/ KATATONIA and WHEEL
20.05. LUX Luxembourg – Rockhal
21.05. D Cologne – Live Music Hall
22.05. D Berlin – Columbia Theater
23.05. D Hamburg – Gruenspan
24.05. B Vosselaar – Biebob
25.05. UK London – Islington Assembly Hall
In addition to the freshly announced dates with KATATONIA, you can also see CELLAR DARLING on their upcoming »The Spell Tour«:
w/ BLANKET, APPEARANCE OF NOTHING
21.03. UK Sheffield – Foundry
23.03. UK Cardiff – The Globe
24.03. UK Birmingham – Hare & Hounds
26.03. UK Norwich – The Waterfront
27.03. UK Hull – The Welly 2
28.03. UK Glasgow – Audio
29.03. IRL Dublin – On The Rox
30.03. UK Manchester – Academy 3
31.03. UK London – The Jazz Café Camden
02.04. NL Utrecht – De Helling
07.04. I Pavia (PV) – Dagda Live Club
09.04. I Rome – Traffic Live Club
27.04. F Bruguières – Echoes & Merveilles Festival
02.05. CH Winterthur – Salzhaus
04.05. CH Solothurn – Kulturfabrik Kofmehl
13. – 15.06. CH Interlaken – Greenfield Festival
Pre-orders for CELLAR DARLING‘s sophomore concept album The Spell are available now and you can get the album as a 2 CD-digibook (featuring 13 songs + an audiobook of Anna Murphy telling the story behind the concept), black vinyl or digitally via this link:
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