Killswitch Engage & Trivium Team Up For Huge February 2014 UK Tour

Killswitch Engage and Trivium; Two of the biggest names in mainstream metal in the last decade. Both bands have had eventful years during 2013, with Trivium hard at work on their brand new album Vengeance Falls with producer (and Disturbed frontman) David Draiman. Their hard work finally came to fruition this week as Vengeance Falls was released two days ago - so if you haven't picked up a copy yet, head to Amazon or iTunes and get your hands on it!
 
Killswitch Engage have had an even more eventful 2013, rejoining forces with original vocalist Jesse Leach, releasing a hugely successful album in the shape of Disarm The Descent and undertaking a successful comeback tour in the UK with Sylosis to name but a handful of events. They were also supposed to headline Hevy Festival 2013 which was sadly cancelled, but now Killswitch are returning to the UK for their biggest shows on these shores for a very long time alongside their label compadres in Trivium. 
 

Killswitch Engage & Trivium Co-Headline UK Tour Dates February 2014

 
1st – Manchester – Academy
2nd – London – Brixton
3rd – Newcastle – O2 Academy
4th – Glasgow – O2 Academy
6th – Birmingham – O2 Academy
7th – Southampton – Guildhall
 
Tickets for the tour go on sale this morning at 9am!! Be quick because these are going to fly like hotcakes. Tickets are priced at around £20 - £22.50 (regional variations apply). 
 
Trivium singer Matt Heafy had the following to say about his band's return to their home away from home:
“There is no question that Killswitch Engage is one of the most influential bands of the last decade. It is an honour to be able to tour with one of our personal favourite bands across one of my favourite places on Earth: the U.K!”
Scribes Of Metal will have a review of Trivium's brand new album Vengeance Falls up very soon. In the meantime, head over to Amazon and grab yourself a copy!
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