UK modern hardcore punk band LANDSCAPES has officially announced their worldwide signing to Pure Noise Records. Hailing from Somerset, UK, Landscapes will re-release their critically acclaimed debut album Life Gone Wrong on Pure Noise Records this fall, on CD, vinyl and digital formats. This marks the album's official worldwide release. Landscapes will also be supporting The Amity Affliction on their UK & European tour this September. A full list of tour dates can be seen below.
Pure Noise Records founder, Jake Round, is very excited to add Landscapes to the roster stating: "Landscapes are the first band from outside the US to join our family and I really feel like it's a good fit. Our goal is to continue putting out a diverse array of punk rock style records and I think Landscapes will be a really nice addition to the hardcore side of that."
Life Gone Wrong was originally released in the UK on City Of Gold Records in July 2012, to high praise in the press. Featuring 9 tracks of passionate melodic hardcore which encompass songs of bleak despair, Life Gone Wrong is an introspective self-evaluation of how to deal with life as it's set out before us all.
Landscapes have spent the past year touring the UK and Europe alongside such names as The Ghost Inside, Defeater, Stray From The Path, Polar Bear Club and Counterparts, but now they stand ready and set to export their impassioned, cathartic live show to the worldwide stage in support of the album's international debut.
European Tour w/ The Amity Affliction, In Hearts Wake:
Sept 6th - Germany Köln - Underground
Sept 7th - Belgium Edegem (Antwerpen) - JH Nootuitgang
Sept 8th - UK Southampton - The Cellar
Sept 9th - UK Manchester - Academy 3
Sept 10th - UK Leeds - Cockpit
Sept 11th - Scotland Glasgow - Cathouse
Sept 12th - UK Newcastle - Academy2
Sept 13th - UK Cardiff - CF10, University
Sept 14th - UK London - Underworld
Sept 15th - UK Birmingham - O2 Academy3
Sept 16th - France Paris - Batofar
Sept 17th - Germany Karlsruhe - Stadtmitte
Sept 18th - Germany Berlin - Magnet
Sept 19th - Austria Wien - Arena
Sept 20th - Germany München - Backstage
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