DEATHGAZE Announce Europe Dates for Their 10th Anniversary Tour


Nagoya metal band DEATHGAZE have announced that they will be bringing themselves and their tour to Europe in celebration of their 10th anniversary. And they’re set to hit London, UK on July 7th!

DEATHGAZE European Tour 2013
04/07: Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic @ Rock for People
06/07: Paris, France @ la Boule Noire
07/07: Lonon, UK @ the Underworld Camden
09/07: Cologne, Germany @ Werkstatt
10/07: Hamburg, Germany @Knust
12/07: Wroclaw, Poland @ Firlej
13/07: Wien, Austria @ Szene Wien
15/07: Munich, Germany @ Feierwerk
17/07: Moscow, Russia @ Plan B

DEATHGAZE are our favourite combination of ridiculous gothic looks and amazing music and we are looking forward to seeing their live show a lot. Fantastic deep vocals and many seven string guitars await. We will see you in the pit.

For tickets to all of DEATHGAZE’s European dates, click here.

If you aren’t farmiliar with DEATHGAZE, we’d recommend them to fans of lynch., SADS or Gojiro. Check out their latest PV below for a taste of just how great this show is going to be:

Japan Underground Returns: Sat 4 February 2012

When: Saturday 4 February 2012. (7pm-midnight)
Tickets: £5 adv (, £7 on the door.
Where: The Pipeline, 94 Middlesex Street, London, E1 7DA [map]  (formally ‘The Puzzle’, on Google Maps)
Nearest Transport Links: Liverpool Street Station, Aldgate / Algate East Station, Shoreditch High Street Station.
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Get the hairspray and glitter ready; Japan Underground is back and kicking off 2012 with a dose of 80s mayhem – Japanese style! And we’re making sure it is a kind of magic, we’re flying in one of Japan’s cheesiest, most eccentric tribute acts to Queen for their first show on British soil! Calling themselves Queer (err..), the group do everything in their will to pay homage to their rock idols, from stage presence, to sound, to sporting unitards and big hair – they were even formed in the month of May, and it wouldn’t surprise us if each of their first-born were named Brian, regardless of gender.

The event will also feature DJ sets that incorporate the event’s usual dose of Japanese music throughout the night. In tribute to the live music for the night, there will also be a special cover DJ set, including covers of some of the west’s best known songs that have undergone a Japanese makeover. Plus a mix of tracks from the best in Japanese hair metal, 80s J-pop deviants and modern visual kei and electro.

Glam up, bring some friends, and party like it’s 1989! We’ll leave you with a video from our last event:

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