Just Because You Sleep Next To Me, Doesn't Mean You're Safe
Gallows will release their new single 'Just Because You Sleep Next To Me, Doesn't Mean You're Safe' on March 3rd 2008 but have decided to delay the release of their planned 'Live At The 100 Club' CD/DVD that was due for release on the 10th March.
The shows the band have been performing recently across America are among their most ferocious yet and they believe that their forthcoming tour of the UK, starting this Friday in Norwich and ending with a triumphant four night run headlining back at the 100 Club from the 3rd to the 6th of March, are going to be even better.
Gallows want to be able to include these in the package and have them recorded for prosperity. The project will now be enhanced by further footage and released late spring.
See the band live at the following dates. Support comes from snarling Canadian punk giants Fucked Up, Californian hardcore heroes Set Your Goals and Liverpool skate-thrashers SSS.
15th UEA, Norwich
16th Academy, Birmingham
18th Cardiff University, Cardiff
19th Rock City, Nottingham
21st Academy 2, Manchester
22nd Academy, Newcastle
23rd ABC, Glasgow
24th Met University, Leeds
26th Lemon Grove, Exeter
27th Pyramid, Portsmouth
29th Astoria, London (NME Brats show with Anti-Flag)
3rd 100 Club, London (Blackhole as support)
4th 100 Club, London (Set Your Goals as support)
5th 100 Club, London (SSS as support)
6th 100 Club, London (Tortuga as support)
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