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Ho99o9 Announce '4 Nights In Hell' May UK Shows, Share Street Power Video

Monday, 26 March 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Ho99o9 have lined up some UK dates in May.

The 4 Nights Of Hell shows will take place in Bristol, Leeds, Manchester and London. Tickets go on sale at 10am on March 30, priced at £5.00 plus fees.

Speaking about the dates, the band's Yeti Bones said:

“Our only headline ceremony in Europe this summer, we’re celebrating the birth of horror & flesh of humanity. This is a very special Deathkult experience, intimate & bloody, 4 nights only in the UK, & only available to a certain number of people. First come, first bleeds, we’re watching. Once the doors are locked, no one enters and no one leaves, Hell begins.”

Alongside the announcement, Ho99o9 have released a video for Street Power, a track from their debut album, 'United States of Horror', which came out last year.

The band will also appear at a number of festivals this summer, including Hellfest, Fusion Festival, 2000trees, Lowlands and Boomtown Fair.

Ho99o9 Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu May 24 2018 - BRISTOL Exchange
Fri May 25 2018 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Sat May 26 2018 - MANCHESTER Soup Kitchen
Sun May 27 2018 - LONDON Lexington

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