Liverpool based heavy experimental collective of 5, Loathe, have announced that they will be supporting Bury Tomorrow on their upcoming twenty two date UK run. The tour has been dubbed ‘The Stage Invasion Tour’ and will see Bury Tomorrow and Loathe hitting a run of smaller venues around our shores.
The dates will kick off on 19th October at The Booking Hall, Dover – taking the quintet from places such as Plymouth in the south west, to Bridgend Wales, Norwich, a Loathe home town show in Liverpool on 2nd November, up through Middlesbrough to Aberdeen and Edinburgh Scotland plus many more locations. The full list is below.
The shows in Norwich, Peterborough, Doncaster, Huddersfield, Milton Keynes, Worcester and Bournemouth are already sold out!
Tickets are on sale now:
19.10.17 – Dover – The Booking Hall
20.10.17 – Southend-on-Sea – Chinnery’s
21.10.17 – Brighton – Concorde 2
22.10.17 – Norwich – Waterfront
24.10.17 – Peterborough – Met Lounge
25.10.17 – Doncaster – Vintage Bar
26.10.17 – York – Fibbers
27.10.17 – Middlesbrough – Empire
28.10.17 – Aberdeen – The Tunnels
29.10.17 – Edinburgh – The Mash House
31.10.17 – Carlisle – Brickyard
01.11.17 – Huddersfield – The Parish
02.11.17 – Liverpool – O2 Academy 2
03.11.17 – Stoke-on-Trent – Sugarmill
04.11.17 – Milton Keynes – Crauford Arms
05.11.17 – Worcester – Marrs Bar
07.11.17 – Oxford – O2 Academy 2
08.11.17 – Bridgend – Hobos
09.11.17 – Bath – Moles
10.11.17 – Exeter – Phoenix
11.11.17 – Plymouth – Underground
12.11.17 – Bournemouth – The Anvil
Tickers available here: www.livenation.co.uk/artist/bury-tomorrow-tickets
LOATHE’s commanding debut record ‘The Cold Sun’ is out now via SharpTone Records.
Available for purchase here:
‘The Cold Sun’ Audio CD // ‘The Cold Sun’ on iTunes // ‘The Cold Sun’ on Apple Music // ‘The Cold Sun’ on Amazon MP3 // ‘The Cold Sun’ on Google Play //http://smarturl.it/thecoldsun
‘The Cold Sun’ is a concept record; a compelling 35 minute long meandering into the depths of a dark, post-apocalyptic tale. The record follows the adjacent timeline of two protagonists, who exist during a dystopian future, stricken by tragedy and the ever looming apocalypse.
“It’s one thing being conceptual with your artistic output, but creating an entire alternative universe with your music is quite another. That’s exactly what Liverpool’s Loathe have done though…
If they carry on the way they are though, Loathe – and their apocalyptic futurescape – will be hitting stages that could satisfy their appetites and then some. Steeped in mystery, watch as they break out of the shadows”
“If you’re hoping Loathe sound as angry as their name, you won’t be disappointed – imagine all your favourite things about death, tech, nu and alt.metal rolled into one lethal package…
With plenty of coiling Meshuggah-esque riffs bringing the bludgeon, they hit hard… with atmospheric melodies that wouldn’t have been out of place on a Deftones record circa 2000…”
“There are experiments with 80s darkwave synth on 3990, whilst The Omission dabbles with UNKLE-style big beat rhythms. These curveballs make Loathe sound even heavier when they get their metallic side spot on; P.U.R.P.L.E could stand shoulder to shoulder with Architects at their most epic and feels much more crushing after coming off of the back of the aforementioned sonic flights of fancy”
View the videos for new tracks ‘Dance On My Skin’ https://youtu.be/bhD3Wvv873w and
‘It’s Yours’ https://youtu.be/KurhXJPFDvo
Loathe are a sedulous collective of 5, formed in the UK‘s industrial port-city, Liverpool. Their debut record ‘The Cold Sun’ signifies a forceful and shrewd testimony. The quintet nail their colours to the mast with this resolute mission statement; an ode to the times we’re living in and the murky future that we all find ourselves faced with.
For ‘The Cold Sun’, Loathe travelled to Glow In The Dark Studios in Atlanta, Georgia to record under the watchful eye of producer Matt McClellan (Underoath, The Devil Wears Prada, Being As An Ocean…).
The result is a highly accomplished chronicle, an undoubtedly passionate oeuvre brimming with technical precision, sinister ambience and bitter bile. Loathe offer a complex sonic architecture which weaves together post-punk, hardcore, heavy electronics, djent and deathcore with a side of prog… melding their sonic threads into a searingly surreal entity which reels you deep into the abyss.