Those Damn Crows announce shows & album release in February 2020

Those Damn Crows announce shows & album release in February 2020

Welsh rockers Those Damn Crows are pleased to announce a week of headline shows to celebrate the release of their forthcoming album Point Of No Return in February 2020.  

Set for release via Earache Records on February 7th, Point Of No Return is the Bridgend group’s second album, following 2018’s critically acclaimed debut Murder And The Motive which went straight into the Top 5 in the Official UK Rock Charts. The new album was recorded with legendary producers Colin Richardson (Bullet For My Valentine, Machine Head, Fear Factory, Sepultura) and Andy Sneap (Judas Priest, Trivium, Killswitch Engage, Opeth, Megadeth) and features thirteen blistering tracks of modern hard rock. To give fans a taste, the band have shared the album’s first three songs. You can listen to epic tracks ‘Who Did It’ , ‘Set In Stone’ and ‘Sin On Skin Point Of No Return' is available to pre-order now in a range of formats, including limited edition signed CDs and purple vinyl with guitar pick while supplies last.  Order now from here

To celebrate the album’s release on February 7th, don’t miss the fast-rising rockers at the following dates: 

Tue 4th Feb - NEWCASTLE Think Tank Underground

Wed 5th Feb - GLASGOW The Garage (Attic Bar)

Fri 7th Feb - MANCHESTER Deaf Institute

Sat 8th Feb - WOLVERHAMPTON KK’s Steel Mill

Sun 9th Feb - BRISTOL Exchange

Mon 10th Feb - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners

Wed 12th Feb - LONDON Boston Music Room

Snap up tickets now from all good box offices and online from here and their official website , priced just £10 (£12 London) + fees. 

No strangers to triumphant festival sets (including Download earlier this year), Those Damn Crows will also headline Friday 28th February at the Planet Rock Winter’s End festival.  The band just completed UK shows with Skindred and Funeral For A Friend and performed at Hard Rock Hell, with Scottish festival dates (Monsterfest and Winterstorm) lined up for later this month.

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