Fresh from joining Halestorm on their recent run of dates, fast rising New Zealand rockers Devilskin are preparing to hit the U.K. for a ten date tour. Ones to watch, tickets are on sale now through Live Nation, however we've got two pairs to give away for the run.
With new single 'Endo', which can be viewed below, Devilskin have crafted a powerful and visceral masterpiece. Not only does it showcase vocalist Jennie Skulander’s incredible power, range and emotional depth but the lyrics are an honest and brutal narrative of her personal struggle with stage 4 endometriosis.
Says bassist Paul Martin; “The UK has been really supportive of Devilskin, we have a voracious fanbase there and we are totally amped to be heading back to play for them again! We made a lot of friends last time we were there at Download festival so we've been hanging out to get back.”
“We’ve been itching to get back to the UK, we had such an amazing tour with Sumo Cyco during Feb 2017 and can’t wait to hit the road and re-connect with our UK fans" comments Jennie.
Supporting Devilskin on the UK leg will be The Fallen State.
The full list of dates runs as follows:
31st October Boston Music Rooms London (SOLD OUT)
1st November Hobo’s Bridgend
2nd November Think Tank Newcastle
3rd November Cathouse Glasgow
4th November The Live Rooms Chester
5th November 02 Academy 3 Birmingham
6th November Rebellion Manchester
7th November Craufurd Arms Milton Keynes
8th November Corporation Sheffield
10th November 02 Academy 3 Birmingham
11th November Old Fire Station Bournemouth
To be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets to any of the UK dates, simply fill out the form below, welling us which show you would like to attend. Alternatively, head over to our FaceBook page and like / comment on the appropriate post for another chance to win. Please note, due to being sold out, the london date DOES NOT form part of this competition.
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