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Textures Announced As Main Support On Amorphis UK Dates

Thursday, 04 February 2016 Written by Jon Stickler

Textures will support Amorphis on most of their upcoming UK and Ireland tour in March.   

The Dutch metallers, who release 'Phenotype' on February 5, will join Finland's Amorphis at all shows except London, between March 18 and 25. Textures frontman Daniël de Jongh says:

"It's a great honour to tour the UK as main support for one of the biggest quality metal bands in Europe; Amorphis. The Finnish metallers are touring in support of their latest album ‘Under The Red Cloud’. We will be hitting the road to present material from our new record ‘Phenotype’. See you on the road!”

Textures also play the London Underworld this month as part of their larger European tour entitled the Oceans Collide tour. Tickets are on sale now.

Amorphis Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Fri March 18 2016 - BRISTOL THE FLEECE
Sat March 19 2016 - MANCHESTER Sound Control
Sun March 20 2016 - DUBLIN Button Factory
Tue March 22 2016 - WOLVERHAMPTON Slade Rooms
Wed March 23 2016 - LONDON O2 Academy Islington
Thu March 24 2016 - GLASGOW Cathouse
Fri March 25 2016 - NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms

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