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Conjurer Have Been Announced As Special Guests For Insomnium’s Tour

UK metallers Conjurer will be performing their biggest shows to date supporting Insomnium next year.

Following a massively successful headline tour, Conjurer have just announced even more shows for 2020.

The UK metallers – who Kerrang! recently named as one of the 21 hottest live bands on earth right now – will be joining Finnish melodic death metal titans Insomnium on their forthcoming UK and Ireland tour early next year, taking on their biggest venues yet.

After our headline run, we’re keen to get back on the road with Insomnium next year,” Conjurer say. “These will be the biggest UK shows we’ve ever done and we’re beyond excited to be a part of this bill.”

Earlier in the year, the band signed a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast Records for their next record – though they will be remaining with Holy Roar in the UK and Europe.

“We are beyond excited to be at the forefront of this collaboration between Nuclear Blast and Holy Roar Records,” the band said at the time. “Working with Monte Conner and the team is a real privilege and we’re blown away to be joining the likes of Behemoth, Meshuggah, and Pallbearer. We’re looking forward to bringing our next record out as soon as possible and with two of the world’s best labels behind us, we’ve never been in a better position.”

If you haven’t already seen Conjurer and what an idea of what to expect, may we kindly recommend:

Catch Conjurer supporting Insomnium live at the following:

January 2020

17 Birmingham O2 Academy2
18 Norwich Waterfront
19 London Islington Assembly Hall
20 Manchester Academy 3
21 Limerick Dolan’s Warehouse
22 Dublin Whelan’s
23 Glasgow Cathouse
24 Nottingham Rescue Rooms
25 Newcastle Riverside
26 Bristol Thekla

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