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Sonic Syndicate Announces Headlining U.K. Tour

Swedish heavy metal outfit Sonic Syndicate has announced that they will be heading to the United Kingdom for a headlining tour this December to help introduce fans to their new lead vocalist Nathan J. Biggs. The bands comments: "Three very special words arrived in our mail box today: United KIngdom Tour! And words can not express the feeling you get inside when you receive great news like this. Over the last few months life has been a bit of a roller coaster ride here in the Sonic Syndicate camp but what a amazing ride it's been. We have a great new singer in the band, recorded two new songs, released a brand new single and video called Burn This City which has received over 130,000 views on YouTube in just two short weeks and the ball continues to roll full speed ahead. This UK tour is not just another tour. It's an introduction, a celebration and the beginning of a new era for Sonic Syndicate. A few months ago (Aug 24th) we released the news of our new family member and British vocalist, Mr Nathan J Biggs who was born and raised in the west midlands. Nathan has been an amazing addition to the band and we can't wait to get him back home to show everyone what he's made of."

The tour dates are as follows:

December 1 - Bristol - O2 Academy 2
December 2 - Oxford - O2 Academy 2
December 3 - Nottingham - RC Basement
December 4 - Brighton - Engine Room
December 5 - London - Islington Academy
December 6 - Manchester - The Roadhouse
December 7 - Birmingham - O2 Academy 3

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