Cambridgeshire doom-rockers Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats head out on a five month US and Europe tour this winter in support of their new album, with a date at Birmingham’s O2 Institute this January.
Formed in Cambridge back in 2009, Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats have since churned out five studio albums, with frontman K.R. Starrs being the only constant member. Their latest offering, Wasteland, was released October 12th on Rise Above records and contains ‘some of the catchiest Deadbeats tunes to date’, according to Mojo.
Support on the UK leg of the tour comes from Toronto occult rockers Blood Ceremony. The flute-led four piece cite Black Sabbath, Jethro Tull and Uriah Heap as influences, and have toured with Electric Wizard and Ghost.
Tickets for the Birmingham date are available here, whilst the full UK tour dates are below.
16 – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
17 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
18 – The Garage, Glasgow
19 – The Limelight, Belfast
20 – The Academy, Dublin
22 – Gorilla, Manchester
23 – O2 Institute, Birmingham
24 – The Globe, Cardiff
26 – Electric Brixton, London
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