SANCTITY Announces First-Ever U.K. Headlining Tour
North Carolina thrashers SANCTITY will embark on their first U.K. headline tour in October. Joining them on the road will be EVILE and ROMEO MUST DIE. Tickets for all shows are on sale now for £7, excluding the London date which is £8. Witness the bloodshed at the following cities/venues:
Oct. 21 - Southampton Joiners
Oct. 22 - Cardiff Barfly
Oct. 23 - London Barfly
Oct. 24 - Wolverhampton Little Civic
Oct. 25 - Glasgow Barfly
Oct. 26 - Leeds Joseph Wells
Oct. 27 - Stoke Sugar Mill
Oct. 28 - Sheffield Corporation
Oct. 29 - Oxford Zodiac
Oct. 30 - Northampton Soundhaus
Oct. 31 - Colchester Arts Centre
Nov. 01 - Manchester Roadhouse
SANCTITY is curently finishing up a U.S. tour with SYMPHONY X. Next up, SANCTITY will shoot a video for the upcoming single "Beloved Killer" with director Ramon Boutviseth in Asheville, NC. Prior to the U.K. "Bonded By Brotherhood" headline shows, the band will spend September/October laying waste to venues with MACHINE HEAD and ARCH ENEMY on the "Black Tyranny" U.S. tour.
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