The Darkness follow album announcement with tour details
Following the announcement of the forthcoming album prophecy Easter Is Cancelled due October 4th via Cooking Vinyl, The Darkness have announced they will be spreading their message across the land on a full UK and Ireland headline tour this winter and will play 18 dates starting in November 2019.
Tickets are available for fans on pre-sale now with pre-orders of the forthcoming album, and tickets go on general sale on Friday 12th April.
The Darkness are joyous warriors, here to prick the pompous and kick the arses of those who seek to destroy us. Easter Is Cancelled sees the four maestros embark upon their most ambitious quest to date with their musical opus soon to be thrust into the ear canals of rock fans around the globe, and a tour that will quite literally resurrect the souls of all who attend.
Join The Darkness in their mission to take back control from the fools and liars who purport to lead us, and instead march forwards into the sunlit uplands of inclusivity, togetherness and rock’n’roll fellowship.
Quite. If that sounds like your thing then you can check them out at one of the dates below:
THE DARKNESS ‘EASTER IS CANCELLED’ 2019 TOUR
26th – Belfast, Limelight
27th – Dublin, Academy
29th – Nottingham, Rock City
1st – Birmingham, O2 Academy
2nd – Leicester, O2 Academy
3rd – Southend, Cliffs Pavilion
5th – Norwich, UEA
6th – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
7th – Bath, Pavilions
9th – Portsmouth, Pyramids
10th – Brighton, Dome
11th – Watford, Colosseum
13th – Manchester Academy
14th – Newcastle, O2 Academy
15th – Glasgow, O2 Academy
17th – York, Barbican
18th – Liverpool, O2 Academy
20th – London, Roundhouse
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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.