TAKING DAWN will support legendary rockers KISS on their forthcoming U.K. arena tour this May. The Las Vegas four-piece, which is currently tearing up the boards with Roadrunner labelmates AIRBOURNE on their tour across Europe, will release its debut album, "Time To Burn", on April 12. The effort is already available digitally via iTunes and all good digital stores.
You can check out the video for the title track below.
TAKING DAWN frontman and guitarist Chris Babbitt is super-excited at the prospect of the KISS tour, enthusing: "I still think my guys are fucking with me. Isn't Ashton Kutcher supposed to punk only famous people? Not even in 100,000 years did I think we'd really be opening for KISS...especially after the third farewell tour! We've got our Love Gun locked and loaded, and can't wait to strut the same stage as our heroes. This is such an honor it's almost too overwhelming for words."
The dates are as follows:
May 01 - Sheffield, UK @ Arena
May 02 - Newcastle, UK @ Metro Radio Arena
May 04 - Liverpool, UK @ Arena
May 05 - Birmingham, UK @ Lg Arena
May 07 - Dublin, IRE @ O2 Arena
May 09 - Glasgow, UK @ Secc
May 10 - Manchester, UK @ Men Arena
May 12 - London, UK @ Wembley Arena
May 13 - London, UK @ Wembley Arena
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