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The Heavy Ready US Headline Tour

The Heavy Ready US Headline Tour

THE HEAVY ripped and roared their way through Europe in the Summer of '08 – including appearances at the Sonar Festival in Barcelona, the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, and the UK Latitude Festival in Norfolk. Big Bad Wolf howls also rang clear across Germany, Poland, and Belgium, rattling bones wherever the stage was hot and the moon was lit.

It was a phenomenal summer for these renegades of Noid, England, but the band is now ready to bring the pain State-side, as an encore to their eye-opening US run this past Spring. Come October/November, the band will stomp through a 5-city US Tour wielding a battle ax, a road map, and the hardest-hitting live set you'll have the opportunity to see this year.

October 30 || The Echo || Los Angeles (w/ Pop Levi, The Gray Kid)
October 31 || Mr. Roboto Presents Halloween Party @ 1015 Folsom || San Francisco
November 1 || Adrenaline Presents @ The Casbah || San Diego (w/ Kenan Bell)
November 3 || The World Café || Philadelphia
November 5 || Mercury Lounge || New York, NY

In addition, the band will release a digital EP, entitled 'SET ME FREE,' to be released through iTunes. The EP has an exclusive pre-release slated with iTunes for September 30th, and a wider spread release to all digital retailers set for October 14th.


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