As the world nears it's end in 2012, the cortège descends upon us...
And the responsibility for a soundtrack heralding such an Apocalyse falls into the hands of two of the industry's most destructive musical forces. Elimination and Triaxis will be taking turns to head up the Heavy Metal procession, flying sponsor Ed Stone's notorious flag, visiting Wales, London, the North East, the Midlands and the South.
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Straight off the back of releasing their album 'The Blood Of Titans', Elimination are more than ready to take it to the masses:
"We're seriously excited about performing the new material to both those who have followed us over the last four years, and to those who will be seeing us for the first time. We're so grateful to those who have waited patiently; we've been rehearsing the material for over six months now, and to know that we're finally going to get out there and play it, is a fantastic feeling! And to be out there with Triaxis, well this is just gonna be epic," says guitarist Dave Spicer.
Having been couped up in the studio through the back end of last year, it has always been evident that being born from live performance, 'The Blood Of Titans' was destined for the stage: it's raw, it's profound and it will hit you across the face like a viking wielding a two-armed axe.
To celebrate a brand new era for a band who have come a long way since 2007 when they originally formed, to become a benchmark for British Thrash Metal, Elimination have just unveiled their brand spanking new video, to critic's and fan favourite 'My Own Enemy':
Triaxis themselves are currently adding the finishing touches to their second album and lead vocalist Krissie (who we believe may be Ann Wilson and Dio's secret love child?!) has promised "an absolutely killer set... Something old, something new, and an immense new cover. We can't wait to get out and play again!!!"
Do not miss your chance to catch this fatally epic duo on tour
3rd March | The Railway Institute, Bangor
8th march | The Unicorn, Camden, London
9th March | Scruffy Murphys, Birmingham
22nd March | Grand Central, Manchester
23rd March | The Gasworks, Bradford
24th March | The Masons, LLanelli
25th March | The Railway, Winchester