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  • bs lord of the lost 2016 franz schepers 01 - Lord of the Lost - Headline Tour Lord of the Lost – Headline Tour

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    A mixture of personal and professional comments regarding a tour we’re thrilled to announce.

    Lord of the Lost are one of my personal favourite bands.  Over the past 8 years I’ve watched them rise up in Germany. From playing festivals in the 11am slot for 20 minutes to performing with a full Orchestra.

    Now, they look set to repeat this in the UK.

    Whilst they did do some small dates in 2010, they didn’t return to the UK until 2017.  2017 saw them impress many crowds on tour with KMFDM.  Now, in 2018, they’re about to embark on a UK headline tour.

    The tour will start right here in Newcastle, on November 21st, at The Cluny.

    There’ll be special guests to be announced in due time, also.    If you caught them with KMFDM I hope you’re already hooked – but if you missed that show, then really, this is a band set to go on the ascendancy.


    Tickets are on sale now from www.seetickets.com

    Videos to check out

  • hellyeah - KMFDM - new video - show next week! KMFDM – new video – show next week!

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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.