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Loathe Announce More Headline UK Shows!

Loathe, the Liverpool based heavy experimental collective of 5, are very pleased to announce three more UK shows, as part of their upcoming headline tour for August/September. The new dates will take place in Exeter (6th Sept), Manchester (7th Sept) and Leeds (8th Sept). Loathe will be touring in celebration of their critically acclaimed debut record The Cold Sun, which was released via SharpTone Records earlier this year.

Support on the three new dates will be coming from Lotus Eater, with support on the other tour dates coming from London based tech death metallers Harbinger.

The full tour dates read as follows:

23rd Aug – Northampton, The Lab*
24th Aug – Hull, O’Rileys*
25th Aug – Newcastle, Jumpin’ Jacks*
26th Aug – Glasgow, Audio*
28th Aug – Nottingham, Maze*
29th Aug – Birmingham, The Flapper*
30th Aug – Bristol, The Exchange*
31st Aug – Swansea , The Scene*
1st Sept – Plymouth, Underground*
2nd Sept – Bournemouth, Anvil*
3rd Sept – Basingstoke, Sanctuary*
4th Sept, London, The Black Heart*
5th Sept –  Brighton, Hope and Ruin*

6th Sept – Exeter, Cavern **
7th Sept – Manchester, Satan’s Hollow **
8th Sept – Leeds, The Key Club **

*support from Harbinger
**support from Lotus Eater

Loathe’s Kadeem France stated:
“We are excited to bring Harbinger and Lotus Eater along with us this August and September around the UK for a special headline run. It’s been a long time coming and this Autumn the United Kingdom gets colder.”

Loathe’s commanding debut record The Cold Sun is out now via SharpTone Records and available for purchase here:
‘The Cold Sun’ Audio CD // ‘The Cold Sun’ on iTunes // ‘The Cold Sun’ on Apple Music // ‘The Cold Sun’ on Amazon MP3 // ‘The Cold Sun’ on Google Play // http://smarturl.it/thecoldsun

The Cold Sun is a concept record; a compelling 35 minute long meandering into the depths of a dark, post-apocalyptic tale. The record follows the adjacent timeline of two protagonists, who exist during a dystopian future, stricken by tragedy and the ever looming apocalypse.

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