Black Light Burns were formed after Wes Borland left Limp Bizkit in 2001 to exercise his creative muscles in a more industrial rock style. As it turned out, Black Light Burns didn't really get going until Borland had returned to Limp Bizkit in time for 2005's The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1).
Although the record showcased a more experimental sound from Fred Durst and co, it was with Black Light Burns that Borland spread his wings, building up to the release of the quartet's debut record, Cruel Melody, in 2007. With two bands on the go, the side project enjoyed an unofficial hiatus before eventually recording a follow-up, last month's The Moment You Realize You're Going to Fall.
As Wes Borland continues to juggle his commitments, he's found time to tour the new album to the UK early in 2013. The tour kicks off in Tunbridge Wells on 23rd January, followed by dates in Sheffield, Glasgow, Manchester, Bristol and more, before the final date announced so far at Talking Heads in Southampton on 15th February 2013.
There's a London date at Underworld on 14th February. We will have tickets available on Friday 21st September, priced from just £10.