Sacramento based post-hardcore troupe Slaves have just announced that they’ll be returning to the UK once again this October as part of a bigger run across mainland Europe, and selected dates will see the support slot filled by up-and-coming Los Angeles metalcore outfit, Bad Omens.
The tour will coincide with the release of the trio’s third album, ‘Beautiful Death’, which is expected to drop later this month.
However, further news is yet to be announced, including a concrete release date, track listing and artwork, with the delay likely due to their label home Artery Recordings being bought and acquired by Warner Bros. Records earlier this week.
You can find all of the band’s forthcoming UK shows listed below.
OCTOBER 24 – LONDON, Camden Underworld
OCTOBER 25 – MANCHESTER, Rebellion
OCTOBER 26 – BIRMINGHAM, The Flapper *
OCTOBER 27 – DUNDEE, Deacon Brodies *
OCTOBER 28 – BRIDGEND, Hobos
OCTOBER 29 – PLYMOUTH, Underground
* = Support from Bad Omens
Tickets for all dates of the tour are on sale now, and can be purchased online via the band’s official website (here).
More news surrounding the band’s third full-length, ‘Beautiful Death’, will be confirmed as it develops.
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