A year after their horrific road crash, the metal oufit return to the UK capital...
Alien Ant Farm have confirmed their first gig in the UK since finishing the recording of ‘truANT’ – the band’s follow-up to 2001’s ‘ANThology.’
The band will play London’s Mean Fiddler on August 19, the day after the release of their second album.
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The gig comes a year after singer Dryden Mitchell broke his back in a bus crash in Spain. The accident left all four members of the group injured and bus driver Chris Holland dead.
‘These Days’ is likely to be the first single to be lifted from ‘truANT.’