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STILL REMAINS Have Announced Their First UK Shows In Nearly A Decade!

The best is yet to come.....

Michigan rockers STILL REMAINS have announced their first UK shows in nearly a decade. The band return to the UK in October for 9 headline shows, bringing Wars and Carcer City as their special guests.

Signed to Roadrunner Records, Still Remains released their widely praised debut album Of Love And Lunacy in 2005.

The record included their classic tracks “The Worst Is Yet To Come” and “White Walls”, as well as a cover of Nine Inch Nails epic, “Head Like A Hole”. In 2007, the group released second album The Serpent, spawning fan favourites “Dancing With The Enemy” and “Stay Captive”.

Following hundreds of shows around the world, hitting the stage with bands like Trivium, Atreyu, and Bullet For My Valentine – as well as playing at all the major rock festivals – the band went on hiatus in 2008. It took five years, but in 2013, the reunited band created latest album Ceasing To Breathe, including the single “Close To The Grave”.

Now, another four years on, the band are returning to the UK for their first shows here in nearly a decade!

Frontman TJ Miller enthuses, “We have always seen the UK as our home away from home… kind of like a nice summer cottage where we can get away and party every night with the best fans in the world! Like rekindling a relationship with a long-lost best friend, it will be like we never left. But the best is yet to come! Let’s get weird, UK.”

Tickets go on sale tomorrow, Friday 14th July, for the following headline dates:

Sat 7th Oct – DOVER The Booking Hall
Sun 8th Oct – SHEFFIELD Corporation
Mon 9th Oct – GLASGOW Cathouse
Tue 10th Oct – NEWCASTLE O2 Academy 2
Wed 11th Oct – MANCHESTER Rebellion
Thu 12th Oct – BIRMINGHAM The Flapper
Fri 13th Oct – BOURNEMOUTH Anvil
Sat 14th Oct – BRISTOL Thekla
Sun 15th Oct – LONDON Borderline

Stay up to date with all the latest Still Remains news via their Facebook at www.facebook.com/stillremains.

About Chris Jennings (1986 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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