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The Qemists on tour

The Qemists will be playing the following dates in support of new album Join The Q, released February 2nd:

Wed - 11/02/09 Brighton Audio (Supercharged Night)
Thu - 12/02/09 London Cargo Album launch with: DJ Clipz/ Eddie TM/ King Cannibal 7pm - 1am (£8)
Sat - 21/02/09 Middlesborough The Empire
Tue - 24/02/09 Sheffield Tuesday Club
Fri - 06/03/09 Tokyo Liquid Rooms
Sat - 07/03/09 Osaka Triangle
(Both Japan dates with The Bug, Thunderheist and 2 special Ninja guests to be announced in lead up)

More from the press release:

Blasting into the new year Brighton three piece The Qemists raise sonic standards with their heady amalgamation of drum n bass beats spliced viciously with searing rock effects. Reaching inception originally as a rock outfit, the trio generate plaudits for their bombastic DJ sets and have championed respect from veritable primates of the D'n'B kingdom: Mampi Swift, Andy C and many more. Firing on all cylinders, this is their debut tour as a live unit (finishing off with two headline dates in Japan where the album is knocking on the door of the top 40 over there!). Commemorating the release of their debut LP 'Join the Q', prepare to be disarmed by live guitars, raw drums and amplified bass from the 3 Qemists; the brute force of this being yoked together by the vocal stylings of Jenna G + live MC! Expounding guttural bass-loops funnelled through crashing guitar chords, its no wonder that The Qemists have garnered approval from heavyweight rockers Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden) and Faith No More's Mike Patton, who also makes a guest appearance on the LP. So buckle up and prepare for a crash course in futuristic beats at breakneck speeds...blink and you'll miss something!

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