June 22, 2011 16:56

Rise To Remain announce debut album details and mammoth UK tour – ticket details

Austin Dickinson's mob will tour 'City Of Vultures' in September

Rise To Remain announce debut album details and mammoth UK tour – ticket details

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Rise To Remain have announced that they will release their debut album 'City Of Vultures' on September 5.

The London metal band, who feature Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson's son Austin as their frontman, have recorded the album with Machine Head and Funeral For A Friend producer Colin Richardson.

Rise To Remain have also announced an extensive UK tour for September. They will play 19 dates in all, starting at Exeter Cavern on September 7 and ending at Nottingham Basement on September 29.


The band are also booked to play at next month's Sonisphere Festival.

Rise To Remain will play:

Exeter Cavern (September 7)
Yeovil Orange Box (8)
Southampton Joiners (9)
Brighton Hydrant (10)
Oxford O2 Academy 2 (12)
Bristol Fleece (13)
Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach (14)
Northampton Roadmender (15)
High Wycombe WAMA (17)
Birmingham O2 Academy 3 (18)
Sheffield O2 Academy 2 (19)
Newcastle O2 Academy 2 (20)
Glasgow King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (21)
London Underworld (23)
Cambridge Haymakers (24)
Manchester Roadhouse (25)
Leeds Cockpit (26)
Norwich Arts Centre (28)
Nottingham Basement (29)


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

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