Lower Than Atlantis
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Below is our complete Lower Than Atlantis news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Lower Than Atlantis has announced that Dinosaur Pile Up (16 – 20 April), The Xcerts (21 – 25 April), and Blitz Kids (all dates) will provide support on the band's biggest UK/Irish headline tour to date. Full details on the run are available below.
Additionally, the latest single to be taken from the band's major-label debut album, “Go On Strike” is out to purchase this week on iTunes, and a new acoustic version of the track is part of the package.
13-Apr-13 Belfast Mandela Hall
14-Apr-13 Dublin The Academy
16-Apr-13 Cardiff Solus
17-Apr-13 Wolverhampton Wulrun
18-Apr-13 Manchester Academy 2
19-Apr-13 Glasgow QMU
20-Apr-13 Leeds Met University
21-Apr-13 Yeovil Westlands
23-Apr-13 Norwich Waterfront
24-Apr-13 Portsmouth Pyramid Centre
25-Apr-13 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire London More...
Lower Than Atlantis has posted a video clip online discussing the band's upcoming live shows and announcing that a new song will be performed at any show that sells out. You can check out the clip below, or find the band's tour itinerary at this location.
U.K. act Lower than Atlantis has checked in with the following brief announcement about entering the recording studio tomorrow:
"Hitting the studio tomorrow to record one of the many new songs we've been working on for you guys! Shooting a video for it as soon as we're back from the states!"
Lower than Atlantis will also be embarking on a North American tour in November. Full details on the shows can be found through the band's Facebook profile here.
The "Reckless and Relentless" tour, featuring headliner Asking Alexandria, is rolling forward despite being banned from Nashville venue Rocketown, and rolled right through The Cannery after a quick re-scheduling. The night of April 12th saw a flock of younger audiences out for the 6pm show, with an average age of about 16 years old. Unlike most other Nashville metal shows, they didn’t allow drinking and had thorough pat-downs at the doors. Nevertheless, the crowd sure looked like they had a good time. The bands backing Asking Alexandria were Chiodos, Emmure, Evergreen Terrace, Miss May I, and Lower Than Atlantis.
Hertfordshire, U.K. melodic hardcore act Lower Than Atlantis has announced its signing with Sumerian Records. The signing comes in time for the band to release its new full length album "World Record" on April 19th, 2011. Lower Than Atlantis vocalist Mike Duce commented on the singing by saying:
"We’re extremely excited to be working with Sumerian Records. We met the team briefly at some rubbish club we were playing in London and we all seem to be on the same page. It's every bands dream to have an album released (and to tour) in America and for this band, the dream’s come true twice because both our album’s are hitting U.S. shores at once.
"We can't wait to show some American’s what this band’s all about and to just have a good time fucking around, meeting new people and getting pissed out of our heads on Budweiser! We also have the Sumerian guys to thank for making it possible for us broke fuckers to tour the states and even luckier for our first tour being the ‘Reckless And Relentless‘ tour. We’re kind of the odd band out on the bill being a more punky/rock British band as opposed to our heavier U.S. touring buds, but I guess this is just a chance for us to win over some new fans.
"We've done it before, and we'll do it again. Lock up your daughters, wives, sisters, aunts, etc. See you all soon."