Sworn To Oath Reveal ‘Forever Hurting’ Video + Announce Headline Tour Dates‏

January 10, 2015


“Pillars is a sonic slap around the chops!” – Metal Hammer (7/10)
“A terrific noise for an (admittedly burly) three piece” – Rock Sound
“Bloody great lurching metalcore” – Kerrang! Magazine
“The sound of a band on the cusp of doing great things” – Powerplay Magazine
“These cuts are violently delicious and heavily addictive” – (9.5/10)


(support from The Mercy House, The Colour Line and Bad Sign)


Following a triumphant main support slot with Raging Speedhorn late last year which saw them laying waste to the UK with the metal veterans on their reunion tour, Stoke metal trio SWORN TO OATH are very pleased to reveal their new video for ‘Forever Hurting’ as well as announcing headline UK shows for February and March 2015.

The band will be joined on the road by The Mercy House in February and by The Colour Line and Bad Sign in March.

Watch the video for ‘Forever Hurting’ – the latest track to be taken from their debut album ‘Pillars’ – here:

“Forever Hurting is a track we love to play live” says front man Thom Shaw “It’s always in the set and people seem to just love that opening riff. When we were thinking about releasing another video ‘Forever Hurting’ was the obvious choice. It also touches lyrically on the special times we’ve all had with people that are sadly no longer with us, which is something that everyone can relate to.”

Making more noise than should be physically possible for three burly blokes since ’09, the Stoke on Trent band released their debut album Pillars earlier this summer via Transcend Music to critical acclaim from Metal Hammer, Rock Sound, Powerplay Magazine and many more, with support for singles from BBC Radio One, Kerrang! RadioTeam Rock and Scuzz TV.

The album raises the bar yet again for UK metal and firmly answers the question of just how much noise a 3 piece can make – in short, f*cking loads thank you very much.

2015 UK Tour Dates:

February w/ The Mercy House
5th – Hull – O’Rileys
6th – Selby – The Venue
7th – Glasgow – 13th Note
8th – Blackpool – Philharmonic Club
12th – Harlow – The Square
13th – Corby – Zombie Hut
14th – Bristol – Exchange
15th – Bridgwater – White Hart

March w/ The Colour Line + Bad Sign
20th – Worksop – The Frog
21st – Hull – O’Rileys
22nd – Workington – Lounge 41
24th – Aberdeen – Downstairs
25th – Glasgow – 13th Note
26th – Stoke – Bunker 13
27th – London – Black Heart

Pillars is out now via Transcend Music.

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