Loathe announce two UK shows with Of Mice & Men and Shvpes

Tour details below

Liverpool based experimental metal five piece, Loathe, are pleased to announce that they will be playing as guests to Of Mice & Men on their two upcoming UK November show dates. The dates will be Of Mice & Men’s final UK shows of 2018. Also playing as guests will be fellow UK band Shvpes.

General on sale for tickets: Friday, Sept 14th:

12th Nov Newcastle – Riverside
13th Nov Liverpool – O2 Academy

Loathe have hit the road as part of an eight date UK run as support to Sikth, which also includes a headline show at The Corporation in Sheffield. This will be followed by a performance at Castlefest in Luton and at Underground Festival in Gloucester at the end of September.

Sept 13th – Newcastle, Think Tank *w/Sikth
Sept 14th – Sheffield, Corporation *headline
Sept 15th – Liverpool, Hangar 34 *w/Sikth
Sept 16th – Cardiff, Globe *w/Sikth
Sept 18th – Plymouth, Junction *w/Sikth
Sept 19th – Southampton, Engine Rooms *w/Sikth
Sept 20th – Oxford, Bullingdon *w/Sikth

Sept 29th – Luton, Carnival Arts Centre (Castlefest)
Sept 30th – Gloucester, Underground Festival

Loathe’s commanding debut record ‘The Cold Sun’ is out now via SharpTone Records, as well as their split EP with Holding Absence titled ‘This Is As One‘.

More on ‘This Is As One’:
Check out Loathe’s ‘White Hot’ here:

Loathe are a 5 piece formed in Liverpool. Their debut record ‘The Cold Sun’ signified a shrewd testimony – the quintet nailed their colours to the mast with a mission statement; an ode to the times we’re living in and the murky future that we all find ourselves faced with. The result was an accomplished chronicle, a passionate work filled with technical precision, sinister ambience and bitter bile. Loathe offer a sonic architecture which weaves together hardcore, heavy electronics, djent, post-punk and deathcore with a side of prog… melding sonic threads into a surreal entity which reels you deep into the abyss.

Loathe played at Slam Dunk and Download Festival UK this summer – off the back of being nominated for a Metal Hammer Golden God award (Best New Band) and an HMA award (Best UK Breakthrough Band). They have also recently toured the USA with Wage War and Oceans Ate Alaska, with their debut US show taking place at the highly respected Knot Fest. They’ve toured with the likes of Bury Tomorrow, Novelists, For Today and Carcer City, with a Sikth UK tour currently taking place and a Beartooth EU tour which they most recently completed.

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