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Evil Scarecrow’s Rock You Like A Hurricanado Tour Set To Decimate The UK!

No Scorpions...Just Crabs....And They're Rockin' You Like A Hurricanado!

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After their brilliantly bonkers performance at Bloodstock last week – witnessed by an absolutely huge crowd all robototroning, crabuloning and hurricanadoing like crazy – Evil Scarecrow are delighted to announce new dates for their Rock You Like A Hurricanado tour backed by Live Nation.

Previously released dates:

29th October – Corporation, Sheffield
26th November – Midlands Metal Crusade, Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
7th January – Yardbirds, Grimsby

New dates:

Rock You Like A Hurricanado Tour:

26th January – Cathouse, Glasgow
27th January – The Ruby Lounge, Manchester
28th January – Rock City, Nottingham
2nd February – The Engine Rooms, Southampton
3rd February – Electric Ballroom, London
4th February – Thekla, Bristol

Tickets are available from all usual online vendors:

This fabulous, fun band will be bringing their unique brand of metal, mayhem and madness to several shows across the UK and with their ever growing fan following, they guarantee a wildly wonderful show that only a cock-womble would miss. Hell, bring party poppers, plastic blow up crabs & any other robot/wind/crustacean related things you can think of….it’s party time!

Here’s a quote from the ubiquitous Dr Hell regarding the forthcoming shows:

“We’re back on the road for our Rock you like a Hurricanado Tour (see what we did there). We’ll be bringing our biggest, silliest show yet along with some brand new, probably never heard before, music ‘genius’. I expect the entire tour to sell out immediately now that we are super famous massive rock stars, so I’ll be personally selling extra tickets on eBay like a dirty tout. Dust off your robot cardboard boxes and get ready to spin on the spot!”

Dirty trouts! Cardboard box shaped robot costumes! Crabs (not the venereal kind)! HEAVY METAL!


About Chris Jennings (1985 Articles)
I love metal. Always have. Always will. As editor of Worship Metal - a site dedicated to being as positive about metal and its myriad of sub-genres as possible - my aim is to 'worship' metal through honest reviews, current news and a wide variety of features; offering the same exposure to underground bands as we do to mainstream/well known acts. Our mantra; the bands are partners and we exist to serve the bands \m/

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