Chapters To Support Malefice On UK Tour Next Month

Having firmly re-established themselves in 2014 with their new line up and live shows with the likes of Rise To Remain, Ageless Oblivion and Voices, Chapters are set to undertake their biggest UK tour in several years next month.

February 2015 will see Angus, Joe, Tomasso and Noah hit the road as main support to their good friends and Reading natives Malefice on a six date UK tour (technically five as Chapters are skipping the Bristol date to Joe and Angus being at Ieper Winter Festival in Belgium with Hang The Bastard). Fellow UK metal act Confessions Of A Traitor will serve as opening band on all shows. The full list of dates can be found below:

Malefice w/ Chapters & Confessions Of A Traitor UK Tour Feb 2015

Feb 6th - Reading - The Bowery
Feb 7th - Brighton - Bleach
Feb 8th - Milton Keynes - Crauford Arms
Feb 13th - London - Boston Music Rooms
Feb 14th - Bristol - The Exchange (Malefice / Confessions Of A Traitor only)
Feb 15th - Southampton - Firehouse (Free entry)

Tickets for the tour are only five English pounds or £7.50 for London and can be picked up from all good online ticket sites or at the venues. Joe Nally, singer and bassist of Chapters is eager for this tour to get started!

"We can't wait to finally get out playing these shows and after 3 years we get to share the stage with our good mates in Malefice once again!"

This might be our last time touring before finish off writing and recording our second album!

We will see you guys there!"

Chapters album The Imperial Skies was released in October 2013 to critical and fan acclaim. Malefice's newest release, the Gravitas E.P was released in late 2014 on Transcend Music, again to a hugely positive reaction from the fans and the press. Further information on both bands will be available here as and when it is available!


Scribbled by:

Wannabe Shredder who can't yet "sweep like a janitor" and lover of most things Rock/Metal - especially if band members have "snazzy" coats/jackets or waistcoats! Used to race motorbikes with no brakes (!), now spend most of my time dodging crowdsurfers on the barrier and trying not to get killed in mosh pits. Luca Turilli is my guitar hero.