Killing Joke announce rescheduled UK shows and album release date – ticket details

Band will now play shows in Edinburgh and London in October

Killing Joke announce rescheduled UK shows and album release date – ticket details
Killing Joke have announced rescheduled dates for their forthcoming UK shows, as well as the release date of their new album.

As previously reported, the group were set to play shows in the UK next month, but now they'll perform in Edinburgh on October 15 and London on October 16.

Meanwhile, the group have also postponed the release of their new album 'XIII: Feast Of Fools', which will now come out on September 6.

"It is with great pain that we had to make the decision to postpone the European and American tour until later in the year," bass player Youth explained. "But the wait will be worth it. I guarantee double orgasms all round when you hear the sound of big Paul's drum kit reducing your senses to a pulp!"

Killing Joke will play the following:

Edinburgh Picture House (October 15)
London Hammersmith Apollo (16)

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