Pitchshifter break hiatus and announce UK tour for 20th anniversary of www.pitchshifter.com

UK agitators Pitchshifter have announced a November 2018 UK Tour to celebrate 20 years of their much-lauded record www.pitchshifter.com. The short tour will see the group breaking a decade-long hiatus, coming together for just five dates across the UK.

Since 1989, the band (renowned for their energetic live shows, on and off-stage antics, crop circles, stage invasions, and being banned...), have played in 27 countries with the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Deftones, Pantera, Black Sabbath, Queens of The Stoneage, Tool, Iggy Pop, Atari Teenage Riot, Bad Religion, Obituary, Carcass and Neurosis.

During that time, Pitchshifter have always continued to support new talent. In conjunction with this latest venture (an innovative and new UK music college has been set up by bassist MD Clayden: WaterBearhere), MD Clayden has announced that ALL of the opening slots on the upcoming Pitchshifter tour are available to local up-and-coming bands, for free.

For a chance to open at one of the shows, bands simply need to send a track, a video link, and a short biography to: mycareer@wbear.io before September 30th 2018.   Waterbear will vote on which bands make the cut and they'll be added to the lineup. Main support on the tour comes for the mighty and unrivaled Earthtone9.

November 2018

Manchester Academy 3 (20th)

Bristol Thekla (21st)

London Garage (22nd-SOLD OUT)

London Garage (23rd) Second Night Added Due to Popular Demand

Nottingham Rock City (24th)

So what the are you waiting, for see you down the front!

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