With their lacklustre 5th album 'GO' hitting two years ago and their last UK performance nearly three, it's been a while since we've had a significant taste of what girugamesh has to offer. But with the release of their new album 'MONSTER' last November and the recent announcement of an upcoming European tour starting in May, it seems like this four-piece unit are well on their way to leaving their mark on the UK rock scene yet again.

2013 marked a change of direction for the band, bringing back and evolving on the high impact sound they introduced in their earlier albums, as well as hopping onto the bandwagon with the addition of dubstep-esque elements to their new tracks. So far the change has seemed to work in their favour, with their new album receiving high praise from Japanese culture and music sites across the globe.

Now armed with new material girugamesh will take on Europe once again with 14 shows across the continent starting in Ukraine on May 23rd.

Fri 23rd May – Kiev, Ukraine, Bingo Club
Sat 24th May – Moscow, Russia, Moscow Hall
Sun 25th May – St. Petersburg, Russia, Clubzal
Tue 27th May - Vienna, Austria, Szene
Wed 28th May – Budapest, Hungary, Club 202
Fri 30th May - Munich, Germany, Backstage Halle
Sat 31st May – Aschaffenburg, Germany, Colos-Saal
Sun 1st June - Paris, France, Divan du Monde
Tue 3rd June - Lyon, France, Ninkasi
Thu 5th June – Warsaw, Poland, Proxima
Fri 6th June - Essen, Germany, Zeche Carl
Sat 7th June - Berlin, Germany, LIDO
Mon 9th June - London, UK, O2 Academy Islington
Wed 11th June – Helsinki, Finland, Nosturi

No comments :

Post a Comment