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UK Rock up and comers out in force on “Fresh Blood” tour

A stacked package tour full to the brim with the finest young UK metal and hardcore talent is set to sweep the country this June. “The Fresh Blood” tour will be showcasing this motley crew of Blighty’s best future superstars:

 

THE BANDS: 

LOWER THAN ATLANTIS (Watford, UK)
www.myspace.com/lowerthanatlantis
Though only a year young, this angular post-hardcore crew have garnered great kudos from fans and critics alike.
Having racked up shows and tours alongside the likes of Architects, Your Demise, Misery Signals and Deez Nuts, LTA’s ever apparent hunger is only matched by their ever increasing potential.

WE STARE AT MIRRORS (Swindon, UK)
www.myspace.com/westareatmirrors
Though they feature former members of once revered metalcore crew Eternal Lord amidst their rank and file, We Stare At Mirrors are an entirely more progressive and complex proposition than their previous incarnations. Taking influence from the likes of Misery Signals and Shai Hulud, WSAM combine abrasiveness and technicality with glittering melody.

HEART IN HAND (Bournemouth, UK)
www.myspace.com/heartinhandband
Formed just 7 months ago after vocalist Charlie Holmes departed metal extremists Trigger The Bloodshed, Heart In Hand have been quick to gather some moss in the UK underground, their melodic riffery and huge swathes of thunderous groove already proving an irresistible formula in it’s embryonic stages!

THIS DISTANCE
(South Wales, UK)
www.myspace.com/thisdistanceUK
Dubbed as a “nailbomb that refuses to outstay it’s welcome” by Rock Sound magazine, This Distance offer up swathes of downtuned groove to rival the stateside likes of Emmure and For The Fallen Dreams.

You can catch this formidable collection of rock at:

18 June – Southampton @ Hamptons
19 June – Derby @ Vic Inn
20 June – Birmingham @ Swinging Sporran
21 June – Port Talbot @ Fourwinds
22 June – Reading @ Facebar
23 June – Camden @ Underworld

We have got an interview with the very promising Heart in Hand in the first issue of Fancore, coming soon.

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