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Godflesh Announce December Shows

Monday, 04 August 2014 Written by Jon Stickler

Godflesh have announced a handful of UK shows for the winter.

The industrial metallers, Justin Broadrick and G.C. Green, will roll through a string of venues between December 9 and 13, including Brighton's Haunt, London's Garage, Nottingham's Rescue Rooms, Manchester's Sound Control and Glasgow's Arts School. Tickets are on sale at 9am on August 8, priced at £17.50 (£20.00 in London), plus fees.

The duo released their 'Decline & Fall' EP in May are set to release their new album, 'A World Lit Only By Fire', in September.

Godflesh Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Tue December 09 2014 - BRIGHTON Haunt, Brighton
Wed December 10 2014 - LONDON THE GARAGE
Thu December 11 2014 - NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
Fri December 12 2014 - MANCHESTER Sound Control
Sat December 13 2014 - GLASGOW Arts School

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