After SikTh played a phenomenal set on the main stage at Download festival on Saturday, the band has announced they’ll be hitting the road in December for a headline tour including a date at London’s Koko.

Mikee W Goodman states “It’s so great how well received our album has been so far! After touring USA and Europe it’s a huge buzz to be able to come back and headline UK again. Even more exciting as were going to play so many of the new album songs at the shows!!”

The full routing is as follows and supports will be announced shortly.

Sat 2-Dec – Manchester, Academy 3
Sun 3-Dec – Glasgow, Garage
Mon 4-Dec – Birmingham, Institute
Wed 6-Dec – Bristol, SWX
Thu 7-Dec – Brighton, Concorde 2
Fri 8-Dec – London, KOKO

Tickets will be on sale from Friday 16th June – https://www.facebook.com/sikthofficial

SikTh’s long awaited new studio album ‘The Future In Whose Eyes?’, released on Millennium Night on 2nd June has garnered praise across media in the UK and from further afield; The vocals for ‘The Future In Whose Eyes?’ were recorded by Mikee & and new co-vocalist and former member of Aliases, Joe Rosser at Mikee’s own studio & at Adrian Smith’s (Iron Maiden) R&R Studios, the guitars and drums at the renowned Monkey Puzzle House studios, produced by the band’s own Dan Weller , alongside Adam “Nolly” Getgood (Periphery) on mixing duties. ‘The Future In Whose Eyes?’ is also the first Sikth album to feature a guest vocalist – Spencer Sotelo from Periphery joins Mikee on the track “Cracks Of Light”, and to return the favour, Mikee recently joined Periphery on stage during their London headline show at The Forum in May.

The press say:
‘Sikth have again managed to defy expectations completely on their own terms’ Metal Hammer
‘they’re masters of melding melody and intricacy’ Total Guitar Magazine
‘whiteknuckle aural assault’ Prog Magazine
‘It’s time to step aside because the kings of the genre are back on the throne.’ Punktastic
‘The metal world has been put on notice once again’ Ghost Cult
‘a landmark album, both for the band and quite possibly the British metal scene as well’ Echoes & Dust
“this is really the SikTh album we’ve all been waiting for.” — Metal Sucks
“this record stands on its own legs against the slew of modern metal records that listeners are inundated with on a daily basis, and manages to surpass many of them.” — Metal Injection
“THE FUTURE IN WHOSE EYES? opens up a complete parallel universe of unexpected soundscapes…inimitably sublime” Metal Hammer Germany
“…hard and fierce it beats everything down that stands in the way” Guitar Magazine Germany
“SikTh teach all wannabe’s a good lesson and show everyone how to play this genre … The right way.” Rock Tribune Belgium
“the time is now for SikTh as they concentrate on their future and what a great future that beholds for the original djentsters!” Heavy Mag.com Australia
“The album is a flawless prowess and an unstoppable groove” Metal Obs France

Videos taken from The Future In Whose Eyes?

Golden Cufflinks – official video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gSYDI2XRDI

Vivid – lyric video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsRU1RagE1A

No Wishbones – lyric video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkJJ47Lx0Jk

‘The Future In Whose Eyes?’ is available to purchase on CD / LP (black, orange splatter & purple splatter) / 3 CD deluxe hardbook / Digital download here: http://found.ee/The_Future_In_Whose_Eyes

(Photo credit: Gobinder Jhitta www.gobinderjhitta.co.uk )

SikTh are:

Mikee W Goodman – vocals & lyrics
Dan Weller – guitar
Dan Foord – drums
James Leach – bass
Pin – guitar
Joe Rosser – vocals

SikTh Live at summer festivals

9-12/08/17 – CZ – Brutal Assault Festival (https://brutalassault.cz/en )
17-19/08/17 – UK – Bristol, Arctangent Festival (http://www.arctangent.co.uk )
25-27/08/17 – Victorious Festival, Portsmouth (https://www.victoriousfestival.co.uk ) **NEW ANNOUNCEMENT**

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