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Thursday, 26 March 2015

WOVENWAR to headline UK dates



WOVENWAR are excited to return to the UK in May for a a run of headline dates supported by As Lions followed by a club tour on thje continent as direct support to SYLOSIS!

Comments the band: “If we lads in Wovenwar had a pence for every great show memory experienced in the Europe, our trousers'd be loaded with one or two quid... each. Off our trolley's in enthused anticipation of our upcoming tour, we look forward to performing many more wonderful moments with you lot. Cheers!“

Catch them here:

WOVENWAR

+ As Lions

27/05/15 UK – Nottingham – Rock City 28/05/15 UK – Manchester – Sound Control 29/05/15 UK – London – Underworld 30/05/15 UK – Bristol – Exchange 31/05/15 UK – Glasgow – King Tut´s

Prior to that WOVENWAR will head out on a co-headliner with Sylosis

SYLOSIS

+ WOVENWAR + guests

12/05/15 FR – Paris – O´Sullivans 13/05/15 NL – Haarlem – Patronaat 14/05/15 BE – Vosselaar – Biebob 15/05/15 DE – Aschaffenburg – Colos Saal 16/05/15 DE – Karlsruhe – Stadtmitte 17/05/15 DE – München – Strom 19/05/15 CH – Aarau – Kiff 20/05/15 IT – Milano – Factory 21/05/15 AT – Wien – Szene 22/05/15 DE – Nürnberg – Rockfabrik 23/05/15 DE – Berlin – Magnet 24/05/15 DE – Hamburg – Logo 25/05/15 DE – Köln – Underground

Make sure to check out the latest video from WOVENWAR “Death to Rights”. The clip was directed by Josh Klein and Nick Hipa.



If you haven't had a chance to check out the stunning debut offering from WOVENWAR, you are truly missing out on one of the most impactful metal albums in years. The band kicked off 2015 on a massive North American tour alongside Periphery and Nothing More to nothing but rave reviews.

WOVENWAR's self-titled debut was released in August of 2014 and landed at #36 on the Billboard Top 200 charts. On iTunes, the album peaked at #2 on the rock charts, and #1 on the metal charts during its week of release. In Germany the album landed on position 41 in the official Media Control Charts.

Revolver Magazine heralded the album as “more multifaceted than anything by As I Lay Dying,” and Decibel Magazine added that “WOVENWAR sounds confident, vital, and even liberated on this splendid debut.”

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