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Aversions Crown Plot August UK Tour With Venom Prison

Friday, 02 June 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Aversions Crown will return to the UK this summer.

The Australian sci-fi metallers will be joined by Venom Prison for shows in Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Exeter, and London, where they'll play the Boston Music Room, between August 6 and 10.

The band is touring in the wake of their sophomore album, 'Xenocide', which arrived via Nuclear Blast earlier this year. Check out the video accompanying the track, Prismatic Abyss, below.

Aversions Crown Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun August 06 2017 - BIRMINGHAM Flapper
Mon August 07 2017 - GLASGOW Audio
Tue August 08 2017 - MANCHESTER Satans Hollow
Wed August 09 2017 - EXETER Cavern
Thu August 10 2017 - LONDON Boston Music Room

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