PARADISE LOST To Play 'Secret' London Gig With SOIL
PARADISE LOST will reportedly perform as direct support to Chicago's own SOIL at the very last date of the latter's headlining UK tour, which is also rumored to include SUGARCOMA in the support slot.
The Yorkshire quintet will reportedly appear right before the headliners at the Astoria in London Thursday, October 24th in what is meant to be a "secret" warm-up gig for the band's upcoming world tour, which is scheduled to kick off shortly after the release of the band's new album.
The complete listing of SOIL/SKINLAB UK dates is as follows:
Oct. 15 - Norwich, UK @ Waterfront
Oct. 16 - Wolverhampton, UK @ Wulfrun Hall
Oct. 17 - Manchester, UK @ Academy
Oct. 19 - Bristol, UK @ Academy
Oct. 20 - Edinburgh, UK @ Liquid Rooms
Oct. 21 - Newcastle, UK @ University
Oct. 23 - Portsmouth, UK @ Pyramid Centre
Oct. 24 - London, UK @ Astoria
PARADISE LOST's ninth studio album, tentatively titled Symbol Of Life, is due on October 14th through G.U.N./ BMG Records in Europe and a short time later via Koch International in North America.
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