If you’re looking for a tour full of deathcore/slam metal vibes about it, then Within Destruction are coming back to the UK for round 2 with A Trust Unclean for a bigger run and smaller shows in places they haven’t played before.
You can check out the dates above and listen to the band below!
The groove inducing alternative metal shapeshifters Twelve Foot Ninja are coming to the UK to bring their crazy craft to our shores this April.
You can view the tour dates below as well as check out their song ‘Invincible‘
Tuesday 11 April – Audio, Glasgow UK
Wednesday 12 April – Think Tank, Newcastle UK
Thursday 13 April – The Flapper, Birmingham UK
Friday 14 April – Rock City Basement, Nottingham UK
Saturday 15 April – Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes UK
Monday 17 April – The Underworld – London UK
It’s time for alternative rock to shine again with Deaf Havana giving you all the good times and good vibes with the new album-centric tour. With their new album being a strong staple in this new stage of their career and being supported by two great rising stars in UK artists, it’s time to see how well this pays off for all of the bands.
Opening the night were alternative rock band from Leeds who were ready to bring their strong mainstay into the venue. Dinosaur Pile Up (7) are a trio who have a great old school knack in their sound which was portrayed pretty well in the venue. With 3 albums of music to smash your heads with, they split the duties between their most recent two for a much more vibrant and fresh set. It didn’t provide much of a stage presence for the group, but when they smashed through tracks such as ‘Friend Of Mine’ and their set closer ’11:11’ it gave them a newer chance to show off their latest material. The band did very strong and despite being dealt with the ‘open band syndrome’, they pulled it off well and opened the night quite strongly.
Picking up the pace a bit more were the mysterious London band Dead! (8) who are definitely pushing themselves harder than ever before. With this bands mystique from their social media it is safe to say that they are a group who will have their work cut out for them when they hit the stage supporting someone like Deaf Havana, but they pulled it out of the bag! Showing off different sides of their bands character from the onslaught of ‘We Are Dead’ to the calmer and more anthem-like track ‘Alaska’, it made their set feel much more dynamic and exciting. Whilst the sound came through as a bit hit and miss during their set, their closer ‘You’re So Cheap’ made everything feel that much more rounder and ended another set on another high note.
To bring the night to its close with a showcase of their amazing new release, Deaf Havana (9) brought so much passion and a gripping live show that spans a lot of their career. With James Veck-Gilodi’s vocals running through so strongly throughout the entire set, whether it be through the more emotional tracks like ‘Anemophobia’ to the more bouncy and crowd moving tracks like ‘Sing’. The band also showed how much they can push through their sound with an alternate version of ‘The Past Six Years’ which, in comparison to the original sound that the track has, gives it a bit more of an acoustic and somewhat folksy life-force behind the song and shows more of the bands versatility when it comes to their writing. Overall, the band brought a tonne of different elements to the stage and made the entire night worth it with over an hour of material to smile, dance and cry to.
With Confidence are continuing to support their cheerful brand of pop punk, providing Long Night from their recent album Better Weather with a brand new music video.
The band are heading off on a huge UK/EU headline tour this week, and you can still get tickets for some of the dates so don’t sleep on it!
UK/EU Headlining Tour
Feb 24 – Underworld – London, United Kingdom
Feb 25 – Joiners – Southampton, United Kingdom
Feb 26 – Exchange – Bristol, United Kingdom
Feb 28 – The Key Club – Leeds, United Kingdom
Mar 01 – Sound Control – Manchester, United Kingdom
Mar 02 – King Tuts – Glasgow, United Kingdom
Mar 03 – Think Tank – Newcastle, United Kingdom
Mar 04 – Basement – Nottingham, United Kingdom
Mar 05 – Asylum – Birmingham, United Kingdom
Mar 06 – Epic – Norwich, United Kingdom
Mar 08 – MTC – Cologne, Germany
Mar 09 – Hafenklang – Hamburg, Germany
Mar 10 – Nachtleben – Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
Mar 11 – Musik + Frieden – Berlin, Germany
Mar 12 – Felsenkeller / Naumanns – Leipzig, Germany
Mar 13 – Arena – Vienna, Austria
Mar 14 – Legend Club – Milano, Italy
Mar 15 – Schuur – Lucerne, Switzerland
Mar 16 – L’Espace B – Paris, France
Mar 17 – Charlatan – Gent, Belgium
Mar 18 – Dynamo Basement – Eindhoven, Netherlands