Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster to return with first album in five years

Band to release 'Blood And Fire' in May

Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster will release their first album since 2005’s ‘Royal Society’ this May.

The Brighton rockers’ third full-length effort, ‘Blood And Fire’, will be out on May 17. It will be preceded by a single, ‘Love Turns To Hate’, on May 10.

The band are set to play a headline show at the Relentless Garage venue in London on June 3. Prior to that they will play the Camden Crawl and Great Escape festivals in London and Brighton respectively.


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