THE PROPHECY Announce U.K. Tour Dates

Yorkshire doomsters THE PROPHECY have been hit by a series of studio delays, forcing them to postpone the release of their long-awaited second album. However, in the meantime the band have decided to go ahead and do a bit of touring. This Friday (May 5) sees THE PROPHECY hitting home turf at the Market Tavern in Bradford with Northern Ireland stalwarts HONEY FOR CHRIST. They will then embark on a four-date Yorkshire tour with London doomsters CENTURIAN'S GHOST. The details are as follows:

May 18 – Huddersfield, UK - West Riding
May 19 - Wakefield, UK - The Snooty Fox
May 20 - Leeds, UK - Royal Park Cellars
May 21 - Hull, UK - The White Room

With any luck, THE PROPHECY's new album will be released in time for the Dutch Doom Day festival in Rotterdam, where the band will be playing in October.


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