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Cancer Bats Announce Massive UK Tour

It is our time to rage!” says Liam Cormier of their 20-date trek.

Cancer Bats have lined-up a frankly epic tour in support of their latest album, The Spark That Moves.

The 20-date UK tour – which takes place in January and February next year – features support from Glasgow riff merchants Bleed From Within and Nepalese metallers Underside. The band then hit mainland Europe the following month.

United Kingdom, it is our time to rage!” yells frontman Liam Cormier. In January, we’ll be tearing our way across your lands, ripping up all of our favourite venues, for crazy, packed, sweaty Bats Shows! We can’t wait to get this party going! Make sure you grab tickets and let’s celebrate 12 years of gnarly shows in the UK together!”

Witness the Cancer Bats rage at the following venues:


21 Aldershot West End Centre 
22 Tunbridge Wells Forum 
23 Brighton The Haunt 
24 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms 
25 Reading Sub 89 
26 Exeter Cavern 
27 Plymouth Junction 
28 Bristol Fleece 
29 Stoke On Trent Sugarmill 
30 Manchester Rebellion 
31 Liverpool Phase 1 


1 Edinburgh La Belle Angele 
2 Aberdeen Lemon Tree 
3 Leeds The Key Club 
4 Newcastle Think Tank 
5 Nottingham Rescue Rooms 
6 Norwich Epic Studios 
7 Cambridge Junction 
8 Milton Keyes The Crauford Arms 
9 London The 100 Club 

Tickets go on sale from November 9 at 10am. 

Cancerbats Tour
Posted on November 5th 2018, 10:00a.m.
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