Southern England's heaviest hardcore sons, PALM READER, have just announced a string of UK dates supporting Canadian metallers Protest The Hero on their headline tour this coming November and December.
After a series of highly praised festival appearances this summer at the likes of Sonisphere and Ghostfest, and 2000 Trees & Hevy Festival still to come, PALM READER will be ripe and ready to hit the road again, unleashing their brand of riff roaring mayhem in the process and adding more unsuspecting new ears to the converts list.
The quintet who have just finished recording their second full length, will be showcasing new material on the tour, with a debut single scheduled for debut prior to the run.
By the time the final night at KOKO in London rolls around, expect nothing short of the loudest, most aggressive and adrenaline fuelled performance from one of UK hardcore's driving forces.
PROTEST THE HERO
25.11.14 Southampton @ Mo Club
26.11.14 Manchester @ Academy2
28.11.14 Ireland Dublin @ Voodoo Lounge
29.11.14 North Ireland Belfast @ Limelight 2
30.11.14 Wolverhampton @ Wulfrun Hall
01.12.14 Scotland Edinburgh @ Studio 24
02.12.14 London @ Koko
If of course, you can't wait until November for some more club shows, the band are playing a selection of shows with some great bands throughout summer, with the likes of Trash Talk and Josh Scogin's (ex The Chariot) new band '68, along with a trio of show with the equally wild, Baby Godzilla, around the south coast for the 'Lads On Tour 14', tour. Bring your life jackets.
12.07.14 2000 Trees Festival
13.07.14 Trash Talk - Tunbridge Wells Forum
01.08.14 '68 - Kingston @ The Cricketers
03.08.14 '68 - Leicester @ Cookie
04.08.14 '68 - Swansea @ The Venue
07.08.14 Baby Godzilla - Brighton @ Bermuda Triangle
08.08.14 Baby Godzilla - Bournemouth @ The Anvil
09.08.14 Baby Godzilla - Plymouth @ Tiki Bar
16.08.14 Hevy Festival
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