MUNICIPAL WASTE announce UK summer Tour dates!
Richmond, Virginia thrash heroes MUNICIPAL WASTE have just announced a string of UK dates that will follow their recently announced set at this summer’s Download Festival.
The band play Donnington’s iconic Download Festival on Saturday 11th June and will then embark on a headline tour the following week, kicking off in Glasgow on Monday 13th June.
Tickets are on sale now and available from the links below,
The tour racks up as follows:
MONDAY 13 JUNE: GLASGOW – CATHOUSE
TUESDAY 14 JUNE: NEWCASTLE – THINK TANK
WEDNESDAY 15 JUNE: LEEDS – BRUDENELL SOCIAL CLUB
THURSDAY 16 JUNE: LONDON – UNDERWORLD http://www.theunderworldcamden.co.uk/gigs/events/16-jun-16-municipal-waste-the-underworld/
FRIDAY 17 JUNE: MANCHESTER – SOUND CONTROL
‘The Fatal Feast’, the fifth studio album by speed metal punks MUNICIPAL WASTE was released via Nuclear Blast in 2012.
About Municipal Waste:
Rising from the squalor of a cursed punk house for their live debut at a New Year’s Eve keg party welcoming in 2001, founding members Ryan Waste and Tony Foresta quickly embraced a DIY ethic to spread the word about their band and graduated to booking shows out-of-state and even in Mexico. After a self-titled EP and the Waste ‘Em All debut album in 2003, bassist Phil “LandPhil” Hall and drummer Dave Witte were ushered into the fold. This line-up went on to record three full-length albums for Earache Records (2005’s Hazardous Mutation, 2007’s The Art Of Partying, and 2009’s Massive Aggressive).
Dedicated to keeping the spirit of the 1980’s cross-over scene alive, it was with their uncontrollable mirth and succinct songs that lead MUNICIPAL WASTE to reap the rewards of their hard work. By the time they signed with Nuclear Blast in 2011, they had proven themselves as die-hard road warriors who could tour & perform with bands outside their genre such as Suicidal Tendencies, The Casualties, 7 Seconds, Circle Jerks, Sick Of It All, GWAR, Lamb Of God, Children Of Bodom, and At The Gates and win over their crowds.
Here they are 15 years later and their rabid fan base – which includes fans of metal, punk, and hardcore – continues to expand.The fact is, no one could argue againstMUNICIPAL WASTE’s reputation as the ultimate feel-good party band.