Black Peaks

Black Peaks

Friday 24th April 2020

Kilimanjaro Live Presents

Black Peaks

+ St Pierre Snake Invasion & Sugar Horse

6:00 pm until 9:45 pm

Tickets

Price: £16.50

Status: Sold Out (Updated on 10/02/2020)


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Admission

Doors open at 6:00 PM – Event ends at 9:45 PM

Age: You must be 16 years of age or more to attend this event (no exceptions) | Photo ID – Please bring ID if you are 25 years of age or less or appear so. | | Access – Standing. There are no seats assigned. The venue is arranged on several floors with many stairs and no lift. Find out more about accessiblity.

About Black Peaks

BLACK PEAKS announce a headline tour for April 2020.

Tickets on sale from Friday 7th February, 10am.

Support in the UK comes from The St. Pierre Snake Invasion and Sugar Horse.

 

Last year, the Brighton four-piece hit the road with a month-long UK tour with Enter Shikari, a European tour with Nothing More, a special Great Escape show for Fender with Frank Carter & The Rattlenskaes and a HUGE show at Download Festival.

 

Recently, the band have also toured with A Perfect Circle across Europe, a UK tour with Marmozets and a special one-off show for BBC Radio 1 in Swansea, as a headliner for their Biggest Weekend Fringe Festival/event. These tours add to an already impressive touring history that includes dates and tours in UK and Europe with the likes of Mastodon, Architects, A System Of A Down, Prophets Of Rage, Dillinger Escape Plan, Bury Tomorrow, Lonely The Brave and Arcane Roots.

 

The bands 2nd album ‘All That Divides’ was released in late 2018 and garnered rave reviews across the board, including NME (5/5) Upset Magazine (5/5 and of whom put the band on the cover for their September issue), Kerrang! (4/5), Dork (5/5), Metal Hammer (8/10), Planet Rock Magazine (4/5), Rhythm (4/5), Discovered Magazine (10/10), The Skinny (4/5) and New Noise (US – 5/5), with The Independent stating “..their sublime second album All That Divides, which is massive in every sense of the word. Bringing in Adrian Bushby (Foo Fighters, Muse) was a master-stroke – his production plays a big part in how the album offers up vast sonic landscape that takes you on an intense, emotional journey via album highlight “Aether”, across “Slow Seas”, and closing on “Fate I & II”. This feels like a real achievement.”


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