Three of the UK's most exciting young metal bands have announced a mini-tour in May.
CONJURER and GOD COMPLEX will be supporting EMPLOYED TO SERVE from 16-19 May.
16 The Waterfront, Norwich, England
17 The Cookie, Leicester, England
18 The Parish, Huddersfield, England
19 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff, Wales
Championed by Kerrang!, Metal Hammer, BBC R1, The Independent, Upset, That's Not Metal and across Europe, CONJURER are fast becoming the most talked-about young metal band from the UK surrounding the release of their debut LP Mire (March 09, Holy Roar Records).
A stunning listen, combining Opeth at their heaviest and most dynamic, Mastodon at their earliest, and Gojira at their most venomous, Mire is a step up from a band who were already impressing.
CONJURER have recently completed a four-date headline tour (selling out the London show), and booked for UK Tech-Fest and 2000Trees Festival. Prior tours with Weedeater, OHHMS, shows with Employed To Serve, Venom Prison, Oathbreaker, and festival appearances at Bloodstock Open Air, Damnation Fest, UK Tech Fest, Doom Over London and more besides place CONJURER in rarefied but highly deserved company.
Dissonant newcomers GOD COMPLEX are riding high on the wave of their second brutal video, the claustrophobic 'Insignificant'.
Standing at a whirlwind 84 seconds, 'Insignificant' - premiering on Decibel - is available here:
'Insignificant' follows on from GOD COMPLEX's debut video, the violent 'Hate Runs Through Me'. The exciting introduction to the blackened hardcore-tinged band had Metal Injection say "they're on a path of destruction that'll be hard to stop" with "a keen sense of down-tuned melodic riffs, catchy hardcore hooks, and unsettling dissonance to keep it constantly interesting".
Although only forming last year, the Liverpool-based UK band have already toured with Venom Prison and Corrupt Moral Altar, and played alongside Loathe.