Periodically we like to do a summary of some tour news that has come our way recently. We thought one was long overdue, so here is news of five tours that have reached our eyes and ears in the last few days.
Texan psychadelic rockers Scorpion Child are returning to the UK at the end of October for week(ish) long run of shows across the length of England, having won rave reviews from the British rock press for their second album Acid Roulette. You can catch Scorpion Child, along with their support acs Jared James Nicholas and The Bad Flowers at the following:
30th Oct @ London, The Borderline
1st Nov @ Chester, Live Rooms
2nd Nov @ Manchester, Sound Control * (no Jared James Nicholas)
3rd Nov @ Sheffield, Corporation
4th Nov @ Newcastle, Think Tank
5th Nov @ Birmingham, Rainbow Courtyard
6th Nov @ Norwich, Waterfront Studio
7th Nov @ Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms
Tickets are on sale at www.seetickets.com from Friday 5th of August 2016.
British rockers Toseland are also hitting the road for a huge 17 day run starting at the end of September covering virtually all corners of the UK apart from Northern Ireland. Having spent a fair amount of time on the road over the last eighteen months already and with a new album (Cradle The Rage) released back in March, this is going to be the most substantial tour yet for Toseland with the new record under their belt. See them at the following:
Weds 28th Sept – Stoke On Trent, The Sugarmill
Thurs 29th Sept – Wolverhampton, Slade Rooms
Fri 30th Sept – Sheffield, Corporation
Sat 1st Oct – Edinburgh, Electric Circus
Sun 2nd Oct – Aberdeen, The Tunnels
Tues 4th Oct – Hull, Fruit
Wed 5th Oct – Chester, The Live Rooms
Fri 7th Oct – Northampton, The Roadmender
Sat 8th Oct – Nottingham, Rock City Basement
Sun 9th Oct – Bristol, The Fleece
Tues 11th Oct – Southampton, Engine Rooms
Weds 12th Oct – London, Dingwalls
Thurs 13th Oct – Norwich, Waterfront
Fri 14th Oct – Tunbridge Wells, Forum
Tickets are available now through www.seetickets.com and local box offices. Support bands will be announced closer to the tour.
Another band returning to the UK for an Autumn tour are Californian sludge metal outfit All Hail The Yeti, who are going to terrorise England and Scotland with seven shows across a week in Mid November. This includes a couple of places off the usual touring routes, so the likes of Cheltenham and Doncaster can look forward to some quality metal with All Hail The Yeti. Full details can be found below:
Wed 9th Nov – London – O2 Islington Academy
Thu 10th Nov – Bristol – The Exchange
Fri 11th Nov – Cardiff – Fuel Rock Club
Sat 12th Nov – Cheltenham – 2 Pigs Rock Club
Sun 13th Nov – Edinburgh – La Belle Angele
Mon 14th Nov – Doncaster – Diamond Lounge
Tue 15th Nov – Oxford – The Wheatsheaf
Tickets are once again available from www.seetickets.com, and are on sale now.
Armed with new record Still They Prey, Stoner / doom metal longtime favourites Cough are teaming up with their musical contemporaries Elder for a trip to the UK in October. Five dates will take in venues across the length of England and Scotland, so if doom is your thing, you should pay attention to the dates below:
Oct 10 London, Underworld
Oct 11 Edinburgh, Bannermans
Oct 12 Manchester, Rebellion
Oct 13 Coventry, The Phöenix
Oct 14 Bristol, Exchange
Find out where to get tickets from Cough’s page on their record label website, Relapse Records.
Lastly for this tour update we’ve got the latest set of dates from Glasgow rockers Attica Rage. In addition to playing Bloodstock Open Air Festival 2016 next week, Attica Rage have a bunch of shows lined up across the next several months, the full listings of which can be found here:
29/09 Newcastle – Head of Steam
30/09 Workington – Carnegie Theatre
01/10 Manchester – Rebellion
15/10 Liverpool – The Krazyhouse
21/10 Dublin – On The Rox
22/10 Belfast – Limelight2
28/10 Glasgow – O2 ABC2
03/11 Leicester – Duffy’s Bar
04/11 Cambridge – Portland Arms
05/11 London – Black Heart, Camden
Information about where to get tickets for this one will be available on Attica Rage’s Facebook page.
That’s it for now – more tour news to follow soon here at Rock Sins!