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Tax The Heat Confirm December UK Shows

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Tax The Heat will head back out on the road in December.

The Bristol rock four-piece will play Cardiff's Clwb Ifor Bach, the Portland Arms in Cambridge, Leeds' Brudenell Social Club and Exeter's Cavern, with tickets on general sale at 10am on September 14. Vocalist and guitarist, Alex Veale said:

"We're excited to announce that we'll be back out on the road in December for a handful of shows in the UK. It's been great to see all of your responses to our new album 'Change Your Position' and we wanted to cap off the year with a celebration in the run-up to Christmas!"

The band released 'Change Your Position', their second LP and the follow-up to 2016's debut album 'Fed To The Lions', via Nuclear Blast Records in March.

Tax The Heat Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat December 08 2018 - CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach
Wed December 12 2018 - CAMBRIDGE Portland Arms
Thu December 13 2018 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Sat December 15 2018 - EXETER Cavern

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