Killing Joke
Killing Joke's Jaz Coleman reacts to the news that he has to tour yet again...

Killing Joke
Killing Joke's Jaz Coleman reacts to the news that he has to tour yet again...

Having recently walked away with the ”˜Best Album’ prize at the Metal Hammer Awards 2011 (for current release ”˜Absolute Dissent’), KJ now find themselves on a serious creative roll; already, the four are hard at work on the follow-up album, scheduled to appear in April 2012, straight after the UK tour.

The dates for this are as follows:-

4th Mar ”“ Exeter, Lemon Grove

5th Mar ”“ Bristol, O2 Academy

6th Mar ”“ Norwich, Waterfront

8th Mar – London, Roundhouse

9th Mar – Sheffield, Corporation

10th Mar ”“ Manchester, Academy 2

12th Mar ”“ Glasgow, O2 ABC

13th Mar ”“ Newcastle, O2 Academy

14th Mar ”“ Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall

16th Mar – Portsmouth, Pyramid Centre

17th Mar ”“ Oxford, O2 Academy


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