Metal/hardcore five-piece Death Remains and tech metallers BEAR have announced a co-headline tour, which will see them bring their chaotic live shows to venues across the UK.
Both bands will be touring in support of their latest releases: Death Remains released their latest album Destroy/Rebuild on Transcend Music, whilst BEAR released their new album /// via Basick Records earlier this year.
Dates for the tour are as follows:
09/07/2017 - Newark, Tech-Fest (BEAR only)
10/07/2017 - Edinburgh, Opium
11/07/2017 - Glasgow, Nice N Sleazy
12/07/2017 - Stoke, The Exchange
13/07/2017 - Birmingham, Subside
Death Remains' classic metalcore inspirations are very much apparent; hints of August Burns Red and Killswitch Engage form the foundation, however the grooves of Korn and Deftones also shine through, and the band’s melodic sensibility can be likened to Funeral For A Friend and Saosin. Bringing all this together, Death Remains have created something new, fresh and incredibly moreish with their latest album Destroy/Rebuild.
Check out the band's latest single 'Hardships' here
BEAR's critically acclaimed release /// is their most evocative and vitriolic album to date, comprising of 11 blistering tracks of crushingly heavy rhythms, distorted harmonies and demonic growls. Bearing resemblance to tech metal forerunners Meshuggah and the no-nonsense aggression of The Dillinger Escape Plan, BEAR exude a stylistic chaotic quality which stands them head and shoulders above their peers.
Check out the video for their latest single 'Blackpool' here: