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Friday, November 1, 2013

City Slang: Battlecross to hit the UK

Posted By on Fri, Nov 1, 2013 at 9:21 AM

Local metal band Battlecross is preparing to tour Britain and Ireland with Killswitch Engage, Trivium and Miss May I.

The tour kicks off in Dublin on January 29 and hits Belfast, Manchester, London, Newcastle, Glasgow and Birmingham, before ending in Southampton on February 7.

Battlecross’ Hiran Deraniyagala said, "Battlecross is so stoked to hit the UK with Killswitch Engage, Trivium and Miss May I as our first overseas tour ever and thank them for having us on this awesome tour! What an honor it is to share our first UK experience with these bands and we're ready to thrash with you, our new friends! Thank you all who have been waiting so patiently for Battlecross to come overseas, and we promise that it will be worth the wait!"

"Expect nothing less than swift hard kick in the arse from our live show and hope you like us enough to have us back very soon. Can't wait to rage and have a pint or four with our UK fans! Until then, please hit up our website: www.battlecrossmetal.com and send us a message with your email address so we can stay in touch and meet up before, during and after the show AND We'll write you back! Please keep checking the Metal Blade UK page for updates and giveaways until then!!"


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