Emmure announce April UK tour with Rise Of The Northstar

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Notorious NYC deathcore mob Emmure are pleased to announce a headline UK tour this coming April 2019, with Europe’s biggest crossover band Rise Of The Northstar appearing as special guests. Accompanying them on the road will also be Obey The Brave, Fit For A King and Alpha Wolf.

This run is part of a larger European outing, set to take the bands across ten countries across April. The UK leg will kick off in Leeds on April 6th, culminating in London at the O2 Academy Islington on April 10th.

UK general pre-sale will start: Mon December 10th @ 10am GMT

EMMURE
RISE OF THE NORTHSTAR
OBEY THE BRAVE
FIT FOR A KING
ALPHA WOLF

05.04.19 FR Paris @ Gibus (no ROTN)
06.04.19 UK Leeds @ Key Club
07.04.19 UK Bristol @ The Fleece
08.04.19 UK Nottingham @ Rescue Rooms
09.04.19 UK Manchester @ Rebellion
10.04.19 UK London @ o2 Islington Academy
11.04.19 DE Wiesbaden @ Schlachthof
12.04.19 CH Zurich @ Impericon Festival (no OTB, Alpha Wolf)
13.04.19 DE Oberhausen @ Impericon Festival
14.04.19 DK Søborg/Copenhagen @ Richter Gladsaxe
16.04.19 PL Warsaw @ Proxima
17.04.19 DE München @ Backstage
18.04.19 CZ Rep Prague @ Futurum
19.04.19 AT Vienna @ Impericon Festival (no OTB, Alpha Wolf)
20.04.19 DE Leipzig @ Impericon Festival (no Alpha Wolf)
21.04.19 DE Hannover @ Faust
23.04.19 DE Hamburg @ Markthalle
24.04.19 NL Utrecht @ Tivoli
25.04.19 DE Stuttgart @ Wizemann
26.04.19 BE Meerhout @ Groezrock (no ROTN, FFAK, Alpha Wolf)

Emmure tourIn March 2017, Emmure released their blistering latest studio album Look At Yourself – a brutal self-examination and observation, balancing hate, bile and perseverance, with the tempered experience of a life spent in pursuit of self-reliance and respect. It‘s beautifully expressed in a crushing barrage of riffs that never fail to push the forward-motion groove. Look At Yourself represented a coming of age for Emmure, a new chapter in an aggressive autobiography that stretches back to the band’s very first album, released when singer Frankie Palmeri was barely out of his teens.

You can pick up Look At Yourself  here

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