Exit Ten Announce First Headline UK Tour Dates for 2012

Exit ten on stage in Islington during the Jagermeister Tour

Fresh from the success of their late 2011 headline tour that saw them travel the length and breadth of the UK and the long awaited release of the critically acclaimed Give Me Infinity (read a review of that fantastic album right here) album, Reading’s melodic quintet Exit Ten have announced their first batch of headlining shows for 2012. This set of shows sees Exit Ten hitting some rarely played towns and cities around the country as well as some places that they were not able to get to on the previous tour.

The tour culminates with two dates on the “HMV Next Big Thing” set of shows, a sign that people are (deservedly) starting to sit up and take notice of Exit Ten. Support on the tour will come from Floods and Change of Plan (support may be different at the HMV Next Big Thing shows). The full list of dates are below:

Exit Ten January / February 2012 UK Headline Tour Dates

19/01/12 – St Albans, The Horn
20/01/12 – Truro, Bunters
21/01/12 – Bristol, Thekla
24/01/12 – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
25/01/12 – Croydon, Scream Lounge
26/01/12 – Derby, The Venue
27/01/12 – Milton Keynes, Crauford Arms
28/01/12 – Bridgend, Hobos
06/02/12 – Manchester, The Ritz (HMV Next Big Thing)
07/02/12 – Birmingham, Institute (HMV Next Big Thing)

If anyone would like a taster of an Exit Ten live show, please check out this video from their show at the Camden Barfly at the end of the last tour:

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Tickets are currently available for all shows. For some of the smaller venues tickets are available from the venues respective websites, others are available from the usual online ticket outlets (Seetickets, Ticketmaster and the like). For further rock & metal news updates, including any more from Exit Ten, please check back with Rock Sins on a regular basis.

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