All the bite sized news from Monday
Old-school death metallers Memoriam are pleased to announce their debut London show – which will also be the release show for their upcoming studio album Requiem For Mankind. The gig will be taking place at The Underworld, Camden on June 22nd this summer.
UK-based outfit Tronos launch the official video for their recently released second single Judas Cradle from their upcoming album Celestial Mechanics.
Up-and-coming metallic hardcore outfit Cutting Teeth have debuted a video for their ferocious new single, Aggressor.
Heart of a Coward unleash Drown in Ruin from their upcoming album The Disconnect. The band also head out on tour in June, tickets go on sale April 4th:
4th June 2019 Manchester, Rebellion
5th June 2019 Glasgow, Classic Grand
6th June 2019 Norwich, Waterfront
7th June 2019 London, The Underworld
8th June 2019 Brighton, The Haunt
16th June 2019 Donington, Download Festival
Sheffield rockers Your Life & Mine have announced that their new EP entitled Under One Roof is set for release on the 10th June 2019.
American metallers Rivers of Nihil have just announced their first ever headline tour through Europe, taking place in September and October of 2019. Support comes from Black Crown Initiate, MØL and Orbit Culture. Dates are:
20.09.19 Germany Berlin @ Cassiopeia
21.09.19 Germany Leipzig @ Felsenkeller
22.09.19 Germany Wiesbaden @ Schlachthof
23.09.19 Czech Rep Prague @ Nova Chmelnice
24.09.19 Austria Vienna @ Arena
25.09.19 Germany München @ Backstage
26.09.19 Italy Milano @ Circolo Svolta
27.09.19 Switzerland Aarau @ Kiff
28.09.19 Germany Bochum @ Matrix
29.09.19 UK Birmingham @ Mama Roux
30.09.19 UK Bristol @ The Fleece
01.10.19 UK Manchester @ Rebellion
02.10.19 UK London @ The Dome
03.10.19 France Paris @ Gibus
04.10.19 Netherlands Haarlem @ Patronaat
05.10.19 Belgium Antwerp @ Trix
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Ex guitarist in Zenopede, ex vocals for a goth covers band that was hailed as the future of Welsh music, former DJ, promoter and nightclub director. Writer for Gear4Geeks’ Blog4Geeks and owner of Gear4Geeks ltd. First published music critique was Kerrang letter of the Week.
Definitely has never been the future, present or past of Welsh music.