Gig Guides, Music Concert Tickets at Livemusic.fm

One of our fondest early gig memories involved Raging speedhorn in a tiny venue in Cambridge way back in the very early noughties. The band were on the cusp of far wider success but that didn’t stop them from bringing their A-game to the back room of the ’Man On The Moon’ one quiet Thursday evening. Trust us, it was an absolute sight to behold, the sheer ferocity of the music on display has seen us converted to their cause ever since. One of those performances which would have worked in front of 80,000 at Wembley, but up really really close in a tiny pub instead, those kinds of shows are few and far between.
 
 
Raging Speedhorn announce UK tour plans - ticket details
 Following on from the impending arrival of their new album, ‘Lost Ritual’, Corby punk metallers Raging Speedhorn have announced a nine date tour, set to kick off the same date as the album’s wide release this mid-July.
 
Produced by go-to metal guy Russ Russell (Napalm Death, Dimmu Borgir, The Wildhearts), the new release will be the first record featuring original vocalist Frank Regan since ‘How The Great Have Fallen’ way back in 2005. 
 
‘Lost Ritual’ will be the band’s first record since ‘Before The Sea Was Built’ in 2008, and the first with their re-worked line up.
 
Raging Speedhorn formed in 1998 and went on to release four records, the most successful being their second release ‘We Will Be Dead Tomorrow’.
 
It was around that time that we fell in love with the band. Having achieved chart success with ‘The Gush’ in 2001, toured globally with the likes of Slipknot, Ill Nino, Rammstein and Will Haven, and performed at countless festivals around the world, 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.

 

Raging Speedhorn will play:
 

 
15 July – Colchester, Arts Centre

16 July – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach

17 July – Liverpool, Arts Club Loft

18 July – Glasgow, o2 ABC 2

19 July – Leeds, Key Club

20 July – Birmingham, o2 Academy 3

21 July – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms

22 July – Oxford, The Wheatsheaf

23 July – London, The Underworld
 
Tickets available through Livemusic. Click here to keep up to speed with ticketing developments.
Posted 27th April by Thom
Beyoncé drops Lemonade
Previous Story
Beyoncé drops Lemonade ...
Beyoncé drops Lemonade
Previous Story
Beyoncé drops Lemonade ...
Barenaked Ladies announce UK tour dates - ticket details
Next Story
Barenaked Ladies announce UK tour dates ...
Barenaked Ladies announce UK tour dates - ticket details
Next Story
Barenaked Ladies announce UK tour dates ...
Connect with Facebook