Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Irish techcore bruisers Red Enemy return to the UK on planet-loud.com sponsored tour supporting their debut EP, Where We Call Home

 Melding the ferocity of hardcore to the technical intricacies of progressive metal and nailing it down with a fat old groove.” Pete Withers, Rock Sound
they've got balls , they've got decent songs and it's HEAVY.”Dom Lawson, Metal Hammer
Following the huge success of their debut UK tour in August, Dublin's Red Enemy bring their brutal grooves and technical riffery back to our shores on theirplanetloud.com backed headline tour.
The band are touring in support of their killer debut EP, 'What we're contained in, is what we're worth” which was released on the 10 October in the UK – check out a track here: http://soundcloud.com/holdtightpr/red-enemy-where-we-call-home
Guitarist Conor Dockery comments: "We cannot wait to get back over to the UK! We couldn't have asked for anything more from our first trip. We met some great people and made some great friends. This tour is set to be awesome!"
Planet-loud.com editor Graham Finney comments: "The first time we heard Red Enemy we were blown away by their face-smashing metal and it's an absolute honour to be sponsoring their upcoming UK dates. Expect plenty of bloody noses and bruises when Red Enemy head to your town..”
Since forming in 2008 they have rapidly climbed the ranks at home with their powerful live shows, earning them support slots with Architects, Suffocation and Despised Icon and many more. Word spread and it wasn't long before they were packing out venues in Ireland themselves.
This year has seen them tour their homeland with TesseracT and Parkway Drive on both bands' Irish tour dates, as well as sharing stages with Save Your Grace, Once A Wolf and Visions in the UK. This UK tour rounds up what has been a massive year for Red Enemy, and 2012 promises to be even bigger when they drop their as yet untitled debut album! 
Catch them live in NOVEMBER:
22 - London, Brixton, The Windmill23 - Hastings, The Carlisle 
24 - Biscester, The Hobgoblin 
25 - Banbury, The Wheatsheaf 
26 - Aylesbury, White Horse 
27 - Brighton, The Haunt
28 - Bolton, The Alma Inn
29 - Stourbridge, River Rooms


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