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Triaxis Announces U.K. Tour With Elimination

Two of U.K. metal's rising stars, Elimination and Triaxis, have teamed up for the End Of Days tour. Sponsored by Ed Stone, the tour sees the duo visit Wales, London, the North East and South of England, as well as the Midlands throughout March.

Elimination joins the tour after having released "The Blood of Titans" album. Says guitarist Dave Spicer, “We’re seriously excited about performing the new material to both those who have followed us over the last 4 years, and to those who will be seeing us for the first time. We’re so grateful to those who have waited patiently; we’ve been rehearsing the material for over 6 months now, and to know that we’re finally going to get out there and play it, is a fantastic feeling! And to be out there with Triaxis, well this is just gonna be epic.”

Triaxis is currently adding the finishing touches to a second album, due for release later in the year, which was recorded under the watchful eye of producer Chris Fielding (Electric Wizard, Primordial) at Foel Studios. Looking ahead to the tour, vocalist Krissie comments, “We are itching to get back out on tour after our stint in the studio and sharing the new tracks with our fans. We love recording in the studio but nothing beats performing live. We are thrilled to be sharing the bill with Elimination. You’re not going to want to miss this!”

Tour dates are as follows:

3rd March | The Railway Institute, Bangor
8th March | The Unicorn, Camden, London
9th March | Scruffy Murphy’s, Birmingham
22nd March | Grand Central, Manchester
23rd March | The Gasworks, Bradford
24th March | The Masons, Llanelli
25th March | The Railway, Winchester

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