BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, JINJER and ATREYU have announced a run of tour dates for the UK beginning in February of 2023.
You can get the full list of tour dates below.
BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE’s self-titled studio album arrived last year. It follows the success of the band’s last album, 2018’s “Gravity”, which saw the metal juggernauts’ catalog surpass one billion streams in the U.S. That accomplishment solidifies BULLET’s hard-earned status as one of the most elite bands in the hard rock scene.
On the last cycle, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE played its biggest shows to date, including a U.K. arena tour and a massive show at London’s Alexandra Palace. But this time around, the band has taken things back to basics. “Bullet For My Valentine” is stacked with squealing solos and monstrous riffs that will delight fans — both new and old.
Back in March, JINJER released two new branded t-shirts to help raise funds to support their country amidst their war with Russia. Proceeds from sales of the new merch is being distributed directly to charity organizations of JINJER‘s choosing.
Due to the ongoing war in the Ukraine, JINJER had to cancel all previously announced North American tour dates, including its own headline dates, side shows with IN THIS MOMENT and participation in the “Knotfest Roadshow” tour supporting SLIPKNOT.
ATREYU dropped their latest studio effort, “Baptize”, last year. That album marked ATREYU’s first album since the departure of vocalist Alex Varkatzas the year previous. The LP showcases ATREYU’s current lineup consisting of Brandon Saller focusing completely on singing after previously sharing lead vocals with Varkatzas for most of the band’s two-decade-plus existence. Sitting behind the kit is Saller’s HELL OR HIGHWATER bandmate Kyle Rosa, who had filled in for Saller on drums in 2019 after Varkatzas bowed out of the band’s European tour while dealing with serious back and hernia issues.
BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, JINJER and ATREYU 2023 UK tour dates:
02/27 Cambridge, UK – Corn Exchange
02/28 Bristol, UK – O2 Academy
03/01 Liverpool, UK – Mountford Hall
03/03 Newcastle, UK – O2 City Hall
03/04 Glasgow, UK – Barrowland
03/06 Leeds, UK – O2 Academy
03/07 Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy
03/08 Southampton, UK – O2 Guildhall
03/10 Swansea, UK – Arena
03/11 London, UK – Roundhouse