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The Amity Affliction Headline The 2017 Kerrang! Tour

Support on the December shows comes from Casey, Vukovi and Boston Manor.

Australian metalcore crew The Amity Affliction are the headliners for December’s Kerrang! Tour – and the Queensland four-piece have some pretty sweet support hitting the road with them.

The Kerrang! Tour is no stranger to putting awesome acts on the same bill – now on its 12th(!) run, past jaunts have seen the likes of Biffy Clyro and Bring Me The Horizon setting out under the K! banner.

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December’s run is no different. The Amity Affliction – whose Roadrunner-released 2016 LP This Could Be Heartbreak topped their domestic Australian chart – will be headlining above three equally amazing outfits. And we can’t wait for you to enjoy all four of em.

Opening is Welsh post-hardcore crew Casey. They’ll be followed by high-energy Scottish rockers Vukovi. And completing the bill is Blackpool’s ferocious five-piece Boston Manor.

Because we’re nice, here’s a little taste of all four acts for your eyes and ears.

Dates! They’d be useful, right about now, huh. Check out where this tour’s heading, below. 


5: Birmingham, Institute
6: Leeds, University Stylus
7: Glasgow, ABC
8: Manchester, Ritz
9: Newcastle, University
11: Dublin, Academy
12: Cardiff, University Y Plas
13: London, Kentish Town Forum

Tickets go on sale on Wednesday, August 30, from here. They’ll set you back £17.50, or €19.10 for the Dublin show (obviously there may be booking fees involved, too – we can’t control those, so, yeah).

So, like, see you down the front, yeah? Fuck yeah.

Posted on September 4th 2017, 4:40p.m.
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