France's Uneven Structure To Tour The UK With No Consequence This July

Who likes progressive or technical based metal? Quite a few of you? Excellent, then you will enjoy the latest piece of progressive flavoured metal news to roll into the Scribes Castle this week.

Arguably the best thing to emerge from France musically since the mighty Gojira (who's new album L'Enfant Sauvage is imminent), progressive metal collective Uneven Structure are hoping back aboard the Eurostar and returning to the UK for a tour playing a number of dates in the middle of July. The shows will include an appearance at one of the UK's most promising new metal festivals, the "UK Tech Metal" festival.

The tour will see Uneven Structure play both of their current releases, The "8" EP and their renowned album "Februus" in their entirety so fans of the band are going to be truly spoiled on this tour. There is also an impressive bill of supporting bands if progressive and technical metal is your cup of tea. Main support comes from UK tech metal band No Consequences, with the bill being rounded off by progressive metal acts Broken Torment and Sentience Of Eschaton. The full tour details can be found below:

Uneven Structure with No Consequences UK Tour July 2012

12th - Reading, The Facebar
13th - 15th - Alton, UK Tech Metal Fest (day TBC)
16th - Worcester, Arts Workshop
17th - Birmingham, The Actress & Bishop
18th - Brighton, The Hydrant
19th - London, Upstairs at The Garage
20th - Milton Keynes, The Craufurd Arms

Tickets are available from the usual online ticketing retailers.

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