Rock Sound Impericon Exposure Tour 2012 to feature Your Demise, Trapped Under Ice and more
Posted: 3rd October 2011
Let's rock. In partnership with Impericon clothing (hence the title), Rock Sound have put together a spring 2012 tour featuring a handful of exciting names on one bill.
The Rock Sound Impericon Exposure Tour sets off at a blistering pace, hammering 11 dates into 11 days in early April. The headliners are UK five-piece Your Demise and the Exposure dates will be the first opportunity to hear tracks from the band's forthcoming album, 'The Golden Age', which is set for release next year.
Touring alongside the UK metalcore outfit will be Trapped Under Ice, the US hardcore rockers from Baltimore whose latest record and second studio LP, 'Big Kiss Goodnight', is set for release later this month.
Next in line is another American band, New Jersey pop-punk outfit Man Overboard who also release a new album this month. Making up the quartet are British band Basement whose debut LP 'I Wish I Could Stay Here', was also released this summer.
The Anglo-American foursome will be tearing across England, Scotland and Wales for 11 frenetic days in April, each bringing their new music and their own brand of mayhem to some of the UK's best small venues including the Cockpit in Leeds and the Manchester Club Academy. One suspects they will not be getting the deposit back on the tour bus. [They'll trash that bus 'til it Hertz! - Ed]
The Rock Sound Impericon Exposure Tour 2012 kicks off on Southampton on 4th April, followed by quick-fire dates in Cardiff, Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester and more, before the final show of the short but hectic tour at the Islington Academy on 14th April.
We will have tickets for all dates when they go on sale at 9AM on Friday 7th October, priced from £12 for London and £10 for other venues.
Ahead of the tour, Your Demise are supporting Enter Shikari this month, along with letlive. (who themselves are part of the Kerrang! Relentless Tour 2012). Man Overboard are also touring ahead of the Rock Sound dates, playing dates in January and February.