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We’re just a week away from history being made as KMFDM come to Newcastle for the first time ever. Hitting up Think Tank on September 5th, this will certainly be a night to remember.
They’ve just recently unleashed stunning new album ‘Hell Yeah’ and you can check out a lyric video to the title track here and the new video for ‘Murder My Heart’ below
Don’t forget, very special guest Lord of the Lost are coming along for this tour – and you can check out the video for their new track ‘Waiting for you to die’ here
We’re also chuffed to welcome Inertia back on this run, who will be in support of new single ‘Only Law’ – which you can check out here.
This has been an extremely popular show and understandably a lot of tickets have sold, which should be lovely and cosy in a 250 capacity venue.
If you wish to purchase them, you can grab them from seetickets.com they are £16 plus BF (so, £17.60) which makes them the cheapest on the the tour. There may be some available on the door, but these will be priced at £20 – so save some money and guarantee your place.
Regretably, the KMFDM show scheduled for May 22nd has been postponed… however… due to fast work with the band, agents and venues, the rescheduled date is already confirmed and announced as September 5th at Think Tank.
Tickets are on sale from www.seetickets.com (clicky)
All tickets are still valid, however if you cannot make the new date, refunds available from point of purchase – online customers should have already received info.
We can also at this time announce very special guests on all dates to be Lord of the Lost.
We’ll be posting more about them very soon.
Celebrating their KMFDM ROCKS album, we’re pleased to announce… for the first time in their 33 year history…
MAY 22nd 2017
Live at Think Tank
With some very special guests to be added.
I’m sure many are familiar with KMFDM – they are widely regarded as music pioneers, fusing the industrial and electronics of the early 80s with heavy metal of the time – and progressing and evolving with each albums. They were a major influence on many of the industrial-metal and cross-over bands of the late 80s, 90s and beyond.
Coupled with the PIG show in March, we have plenty of scene-royalty coming your way.