Following on from their triumphant return at Sonisphere, recently reformed sludge demons Raging Speedhorn have announce their first UK tour in six years.
Drummer Gordon Morison said this regarding the tour:
We are really happy to announce that we will be heading out on a series of dates around the UK in December. This will be our first UK tour in six years.
Playing live is what Speedhorn is all about and we can't wait to be back there smashing your faces in.
The tour will be stopping at:
Tue 02 Dec 14 - NORWICH - Waterfront Studio
Wed 03 Dec 14 - MILTON KEYNES - Craufurd Arms
Thu 04 Dec 14 - STOKE - Sugarmill
Fri 05 Dec 14 - GLASGOW - Ivory Blacks
Sat 06 Dec 14 - NEWCASTLE - Think Tank
Sun 07 Dec 14 - LIVERPOOL - O2Academy 3
Mon 08 Dec 14 - BIRMINGHAM - O2 Academy 3
Tue 09 Dec 14 - LONDON - Borderline
Wed 10 Dec 14 - SOUTHAMPTON - Joiners
Thu 11 Dec 14 - CARDIFF - Clwb Ifor Bach
Fri 12 Dec 14 - BRISTOL - Exchange
Raging Speedhorn formed in 1998 and went on to release four records, the most successful being their second release "We Will Be DeadTomorrow", recorded by Billy Graziadei & Danny Schuler ofBiohazard fame. The band achieved chart success with'The Gush' in 2001, toured continuously with acts likeSlipknot, Ill Nino, Rammsteinand Will Haven, and performed at countless festivals across the globe, including main stage at the inaugural Download Festival in 2004. They split in 2008 following the release of their last record "Before The Sea Was Built" and a subsequent tour of Japan.
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