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This Will Destroy You & The Ocean Announce Co-Headline European Tour

June 17, 2023
Artwork by Thomas Hooper

THE OCEAN & THIS WILL DESTROY YOU
European Tour

The Ocean will be going out on a co-headlining tour with This Will Destroy You in Europe this Autumn, tickets are on sale now.

Live Dates:

25/09 – CZ Prague, Rock Café 

26/09 – PL Poznan, Tama 

27/09 – PL Krakow, Kamienna12 

28/09 – DE Leipzig, Anker

29/09 – DE Cologne, Euroblast 

30/09 – NL Groningen, Vera 

01/10 – UK Brighton, Chalk 

02/10 – UK Bristol, The Fleece 

03/10 – UK Nottingham, Rescue Rooms

05/10 – UK Glasgow, Classic Grand 

06/10 – UK Leeds, Project House 

07/10 – UK Manchester, Gorilla

08/10 – UK London, Electric Ballroom 

09/10 – NL Haarlem, Patronaat 

10/10 – FR Paris, La Machine

11/10 – CH Solothurn, Kofmel 

12/10 – CH Geneva, PTR/ L’Usine 

13/10 – FR Toulouse, Metronum 

14/10 – ES Barcelona, Salamandra 

15/10 – FR Montpellier, Rockstore 

16/10 – IT Milan, Magnolia 

17/10 – SI Ljubljana, Kino Siska 

18/10 – IT Bologna, Teatro Perla 

20/10 – BE Antwerp, Desertfest 

21/10 – DE Munster, Sputnikhalle 

22/10 – DE Berlin, Astra 

23/10 – DK Copenhagen, Amager Bio

24/10 – NO Oslo, John Dee 

25/10 – SE Gothenburg, Pustervik 

26/10 – SE Stockholm, Slaktkyrkan 

Coalescing around a shared vision of limitless sonic exploration and heaviness, The Ocean is a Berlin-based group of artists that has released 10 studio albums since 2001, the most recent two of which entered the official German album charts at #9 and #15 respectively. Over the course of their storied career, the band has toured the world extensively from North to South America to Australia, Russia, China and Japan. Being revered as one of the most devastating live bands in contemporary heavy music, The Ocean will be presenting material off their recent album “Holocene“, which adds a closing chapter to their palaeontology-inspired album series, for the first time live.

This Will Destroy You are a Texan group that compose lengthy, atmospheric instrumental pieces utilizing a variety of guitar effects and dynamic changes. They incorporate influences such as shoegaze, ambient, doom metal and post-rock into their sound. The band haven’t toured Europe since 2018 – indeed their last extensive tour was in 2014 (a short run followed in 2016), so many cities have been waiting for the band to return. Earlier this year, Chris King and Jeremy Galindo announced that for the first time in 15 years they were working on new music with fellow founding member Raymond Brown (with Christopher Gaylor) completing the lineup on drums.

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