Dark singer-songwriter The Devil’s Trade has revealed new dates in September and October 2023, supporting the legendary Alcest

The Devil’s Trade mastermind Dávid Makó comments: “My next album and the new path I chose with it is the biggest step I have taken since I started The Devil’s Trade,and I can’t be grateful enough to Alcest for this opportunity to share my new music with their people.”

A full list of confirmed dates can be found below:

Sep 29 FR Metz La Bam 
Sep 30 BE Bruges Cactus Club
Oct 01 DE Hamburg Knust
Oct 03 DK Copenhagen Lille Vega
Oct 04 NO Oslo Parkteatret
Oct 05 SE Stockholm Fryshuset Klubben
Oct 07 DE Dresden Stromwerk
Oct 08 PL Poznan 2Progi
Oct 09 PL Wroclaw Stary Klasztor
Oct 10 DE Hannover Musikzentrum
Oct 11 DE Frankfurt Zoom
Oct 13 NL Nijmegen Soulcrusher
Oct 14 FR Lille L’aeronef
Oct 15 UK Manchester Academy 2
Oct 16 UK Bristol SWX
Oct 17 UK Brighton Concorde 2

Oct 19 FR Vauréal Le Forum
Oct 20 FR St. Nazaire Le Vip
Oct 21 FR Rouen Le 106
Oct 22 FR Savigny-le-temple L’empreinte
The Devil’s Trade‘s latest release ‘The Call of the Iron Peak’ can be listened to in full here

The Iron Peak; a mystical place where one once found his long lost peace, total silence and home. Where he would return when his time had come to pass away. A place that has become a materialisation of everlasting freedom cut from society and all earthly struggles. As ancient beliefs says heaven is a place where we find peace with our loved ones in life; the Iron Peak is some kind of heaven.

Listen to the call of the Iron Peak, as it is calling for you to find your true self in a world you want to be isolated from. It is calling for you to make peace with yourself, with the inevitable end. It is calling for Hungarian singer-songwriter Dávid Makó, who redefined himself as The Devil’s Trade a few years ago, embarking on a long journey with his deeply personal and dark, sometimes doom-infused folk songs.

Be it the folk of the Appalachians, the tales of Hungarian and Transylvanian traditionals, The Devil’s Trade fuses his past of metal and his roots laying deep in the folk songs of his immediate surroundings.

Very much like how the Iron Peak, a mountaintop both metaphorical and literal is calling for Makó, he is calling for you to share his rituals of loves and hopes, lost and found along the pilgrimage of his. It is after all, the journey itself that matters the most, and how you adapt. From basements in his hometown of Budapest, to all corners of Europe, stages small and big, The Devil’s Trade has been relentlessly walking on his path finding his voice and calling, and that is to let listeners to glimpse into himself through his heart-wrenching songs.

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