Constantine announce first UK tour

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Finland’s rising alternative progressive metallers Constantine are heading for their first ever UK tour in August and September 2014. The tour covers 10 shows in England and Wales, which are also their first shows outside Finland. Supporting band on the tour will be Italian female-fronted rockers Armonight.

The self-imposed band has done preparations for the tour since last autumn, while touring domestic venues after the release of their second album, Resign Due. Constantine’s former record label went bankrupt only few weeks before the release, but the band did not cave in and eventually self-released the album. They’re now looking for a new label, while working on their third full-length record.

Constantine will also be a part of a documentary series by the Finnish broadcasting company YLE. The series will be aired sometime next fall and it follows the bands doings along with the final year of the late record company and its affairs.

Constantine’s tour dates are as follow:

28.08.2014 THE MERRY MONK, BISHOP AUCKLAND
29.08.2014 LOUNGE 41, WORKINGTON
30.08.2014 THE RACEHORSE, NORTHAMPTON
31.08.2014 SOUTH SEA LIVE, SHEFFIELD
01.09.2014 BASEMENT, BRIDLINGTON
02.09.2014 CANTERBURY STUDENT CITY, KENT
04.09.2014 THE ROADHOUSE, BIRMINGHAM
05.09.2014 THE PATRIOT, CRUMLIN (WALES)
06.09.2014 SANCTUARY ROCK BAR, BURNLEY*
07.09.2014 THE CAMDEN UNICORN, LONDON

Support from Armonight (ITA)
*Only Constantine

Constantine online:

http://constantine.fi
http://facebook.com/constantineband

 

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