After wrapping up the very successful European tour with As I Lay Dying and Chelsea Grin, American metalcore band UNEARTH recently announced to return to Europe in February 2020 for an extended headlining tour.

UNEARTH comment: “As promised, we are heading back to Europe for a headlining tour this February. We are all looking forward to ripping a full set with you all as well as sharing the stage with killer bands. The mighty Prong will join the trek as direct support with German thrashers Dust Bolt rounding out the bill. See you out there friends.“


w/ Prong and Dust Bolt

14.2.20 Eindhoven Dynamo NL
15.2.20 London ULU UK
16.2.20. Hasselt Muziekodroom BEL
17.2.20 Nürnberg Hirsch Ger
18.2.20 München Backstage ( Halle) Ger
19.2.20 Budapest A38 H
20.2.20 Ostrava Barak CZ
21.2.20 Wien Arena Aus
22.2.20 Milano Legend Club Italy
23.2.20 Aarau Kiff CH
24.2.20 Saarbrücken Garage Ger
25.2.20 Braunschweig Kufa GER
26.2.20 Oberhausen Kulttempel Ger
27.2.20 Hamburg bahnhof pauli Ger
28.2.20 Berlin So36 Ger
29.2.20 Chemnitz Ajz Tahlshok Ger

Two decades into a triumphant career, the Massachusetts-bred New Wave of American Heavy Metal trailblazers are both elder statesmen and newly relevant all over again. With over a half million albums sold around the globe, UNEARTH’S astounding legacy has never been more self- evident. Immediately upon its release in 2018, “Incinerate,” the first single from their seventh studio album, shot to Number 1 on SiriusXM Liquid Metal’s “The Devil’s Dozen” and was among the Top 100 most played songs on Amazon Music. Their seventh studio album Extinction(s) is as much a statement of purpose as a declaration of intent, reigniting the flame of their established strengths and carving a pathway for another two decades of creative accomplishment and inspired live performances.

UNEARTH’s celebrated catalog of full-length bangers began with The Stings of Conscience (2001), followed by the genre landmark album The Oncoming Storm (2004), records that established them as luminaries alongside peers and contemporaries in bands like Lamb Of God, Killswitch Engage, and As I Lay Dying. III: In the Eyes of Fire (2006) further established UNEARTH as an influential force. Boundary pushing opus The March (2008) includes “My Will Be Done,” which became their most streamed and most viewed song/video on all major platforms.


Trevor Phipps (vocals)

Ken Susi (guitar)
Buz McGrath (guitar)
Nick Pierce (drums)
Chris O’Toole (bass)

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