Swedish symphonic metal troop Therion are set to kick-off a European headline tour in January 2016 and have announced four UK dates as part of the run.
Award-winning Finnish blues guitarist and vocalist Erja Lyytinen will embark on a 12-date UK tour starting in Darlington Blues Club on Friday October 2.
Less than 6 months since Anathema last visited Dublin in support of their Distant Satellites album, the Liverpudlians are back. But tonight is no ordinary show. It is the final date of their “Resonance” Tour; an epic three-hour, three-part, career-spanning performance that has drawn Anathema fans old and new out of the woodwork, apparently. The queue outside the Academy before doors open at 7pm is a sight seldom seen. But with no support bands, everyone wants to be here in time to catch the opening act.
With their 5th album about to be released and the tenth anniversary of their acclaimed debut ‘Rise’ upon us as well, it’s already shaping up to be a great year for Northern Ireland’s The Answer. To tell us a little about what they have in store for fans and what the new album ‘Raise A Little Hell’ means to them, Myglobalmind spoke to front man Cormac Neeson.
Everybody is out on the road now. Don Airey for instance, he is in Deep Purple. He plays keyboards in Deep Purple, and he is in three other bands. That shows you exactly what it is like. If you try to play solid in the States, for example in Los Angeles no one is really interested. It is pretty hard.”