CONAN announce UK tour in March 2014

conanLiverpool’s inconceivably heavy doom trio Conan have announced that they’ll be embarking on a full UK tour this March in support of their new album, ‘Blood Eagle’.

The band are raring to go:

We have been writing Blood Eagle since the moment Monnos made it into your collection. Soon it is time for us to show you what we have been up to on our upcoming UK tour. Expect aggressive, charging, droning heaviness on a scale not yet heard from us. This new release is an ancient bird of prey ripping at your flesh, an arrow through your chest from the darkness in a fog drenched wood, a black unicorn carrying you into battle, a hammer smashed into the earth by hands unseen.

‘Blood Eagle’, the highly anticipated follow up to 2012′s planet shaking ‘Monnos’, was recorded at SkyHammer Studio by Chris Fielding, and mastered by the mighty James Plotkin (Khanate, O.L.D.), whilst the album’s stunning artwork was once again provided by artist (and Discharge guitarist!) Tony Roberts.

Conan have quickly built a reputation as being one of the heaviest bands in the blossoming UK sludge scene today, and with good reason. Their live shows have become infamous for their bowel rupturing volume and supreme heaviosity, so if you’ve never had the chance to have your eardrums pulped by the band’s monolithic riffs in the flesh, then this is one tour you certainly won’t want to miss out on!

The full list of tour dates is as follows:

March 2014

14th         NOTTINGHAM – Stuck On A Name
15th         BOURNEMOUTH – The Anvil
16th         BIRMINGHAM – The Asylum 2
17th         GLASGOW – Audio
18th         TBC
19th         MANCHESTER – Kraak Gallery
20th         CARDIFF – The Full Moon
21st         BRIGHTON – The Prince Albert
22nd         LONDON – Electrowerkz
23rd         BASINGSTOKE – Mousetrap

‘Blood Eagle’ is due to be released on March 3rd 2014, via Napalm Records.

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