Running Rings Around The UK?


Technical deathcore metallers Rings Of Saturn have been relentlessly touring throughout the USA and Canada since the release of their highly acclaimed fourth full length studio album,’Ultu Ulla’, which was released on July 28th, 2017.

Today, the band are pleased to announce some forthcoming UK and EU shows together with death metal masters Origin! These will be the very first shows on British and European soil since the release of ‘Ultu Ulla’, therefore the band will be playing mostly songs from that release. These are shows not to be missed – make sure you grab your tickets fast!

‘The Unparalleled World Tour 2018’
30.03.  N         Oslo – Inferno Metal Festival*
31.03.  S         Stockholm – Debaser Strand*
01.04.  D         Magdeburg – Factory
02.04.  D         Erfurt – From Hell
03.04.  NL        Patronaat – Haarlem
04.04.  NL        Nijmegen – Doornroosje
05.04.  D         Hamburg – Bambi Galore
06.04.  DK       Aarhus – Royal Metal Fest +
07.04.  D         Essen – Turock
08.04.  D         Blieskastel – P-Werk
09.04.  UK       Manchester – Rebellion
10.04.  UK       London – Underworld
11.04.  UK       Glasgow – The Cathouse
12.04.  UK       Birmingham – Asylum

13.04.  F          Paris – Glazart
14.04.  F          Lyon – Rock n’Eat
15.04.  I           Brescia – Circolo Colony
16.04.  CH       Siebnen – District 28
17.04.  D         Nuremberg – Z-Bau
18.04.  A         Vienna – Viper Room
19.04.  CZ        Brno – Melodka
20.04.  SK        Banská Bystrica – Tartaros
21.04.  CZ        Ostrava – Barrak Music Club
22.04.  D         Dresden – Eventwerk
23.04.  D         Berlin – Bi Nuu
*ORIGIN only

More Rings Of Saturn dates:
02.03. USA Mesa, AZ – Club Red
03.03. USA Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
04.03. USA Los Angeles, CA – 1720
05.03. USA Sacramento, CA – Holy Diver
07.03. USA Seattle, WA- Studio Seven
08.03. USA Portland, OR – The Analog Theater
09.03. USA Spokane, WA – The Pin
10.03. USA Salt Lake City, UT – In the Venue
11.03. USA Denver, CO – Marquis Theater
13.03. USA St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam Bar & Hall
14.03. USA Berwyn, IL – Wire
15.03. USA Indianapolis, IN – The Emerson Theater
16.03. USA Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater
17.03. USA New York, NY – The Gramercy Theatre
18.03. USA Hartford, CT – The Webster Underground
20.03. USA Philadelphia, PA – Voltage Lounge
21.03. USA Richmond, VA – The Canal Club
22.03. USA Greensboro, NC – Arizona Pete’s
23.03. USA Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
24.03. USA Margate, FL – O’Malley’s Sports Bar*
25.03. USA Tampa, FL – Crowbar*
28.03. USA Houston, TX – Walters Downtown*
29.03. USA Austin, TX – Come and Take It Live*
30.03. USA Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill*

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Beginning in early 2009 and influenced by a combination of extra-terrestrials and the modern modern deathcore movement, Rings Of Saturn was initially an imaginative solo project embarked upon by the band’s lead guitarist and song writer Lucas Mann. After rallying up regular band members and posting their first track ‘Abducted’ online to an overwhelming response, they self-released their first album ‘Embryonic Anomaly’ in May 2009. Later that year the band signed its first official record contract with Unique Leader Records, and went on to re-release ‘Embryonic Anomaly’ in May 2010. Continuing to stay with the label for the following two records (‘Dingir’, 2012 and ‘Lugal Ki En’ 2014) gave Rings Of Saturn their first true home in the metal industry. When their contract with Unique Leader was up in 2016, it was only a matter of time before Nuclear Blast sniffed their talent out. As of May 2016, Rings Of Saturn joined the label and soon released their latest creation: ‘Ultu Ulla’ in July 2017.

This self-proclaimed “alien deathcore” band present an entirely new and esoteric proposition to heavy metal. Terrorising earthlings with their intense measures of technicality is something that Rings Of Saturn excel in. Always pushing boundaries, yet maintaining a level enough balance to safeguard the sound that their fans love, they have mastered a rare form of self-control as they continue to shred, break down, and scream their way through modern music. Always looking for new ways to expand upon their current sound, Rings Of Saturn present a level of technical precision which is rare to see in modern deathcore!

Lucas Mann | guitars, bass, synth
Ian Bearer | lyrics, vocals
Aaron Stechauner | drums
Miles Dimitri Baker | guitars

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