Cancer Bats to play six London shows in one day - ticket details

Canadian band announce half a dozen dates for April

Cancer Bats to play six London shows in one day - ticket details

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Cancer Bats have announced that they will play six shows in London over the course of one day this April.

The Canadian have confirmed half a dozen separate gigs to take place on April 21, starting with a set at The Old Blue Last at 11.30 and taking in shows at venues including Notting Hill Arts Centre and Brixton Windmill, before returning to the The Old Blue Last at midnight for their final performance of the day.

Cancer Bats will play:

London Old Blue Last (11.30)
London Notting Hill Arts Centre (14.00)
London Brixton Windmill (19.00)
London Barfly (21.30)
London Old Blue Last (00.00)


To check the availability of Cancer Bats tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Cancer Bats are set to release their fourth studio album, which is called 'Dead Set On Living', this Spring. The band recently posted the first single from the LP, 'Old Blood', online – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to hear the track.

Last month, Cancer Bats frontman Liam Cormier revealed that the band had taken in an unusual influence for their new album in the shape of Fleet Foxes. The singer claimed that he had been determined not to make a "traditional hardcore record" and had been getting inspiration from "non-metal bands".



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