ENSLAVED, SVALBARD & WAYFARER Announce European Tour
Three of the most exciting bands in the metal and hardcore scenes have announced a joint European tour that is sure to thrill fans across the continent. Norwegian progressive black metal band Enslaved, UK post-metal band Svalbard, and American atmospheric black metal band Wayfarer are set to embark on a co-headlining tour that will take them to cities in several countries.
Enslaved, who have been a fixture in the metal scene since the early 90s, are known for their unique blend of black metal, progressive rock, and traditional Norwegian folk music. Their latest album, “Utgard,” has been met with critical acclaim and showcases the band’s ability to push boundaries and create music that is both innovative and powerful.
Svalbard, hailing from Bristol, have been making waves in the post-metal and hardcore scenes with their emotional and politically charged music. Their latest album, “When I Die, Will I Get Better?,” has been praised for its raw energy and thoughtful lyrics, and has solidified their place as one of the most exciting bands in the UK underground music scene.
Wayfarer, based in Denver, Colorado, have been gaining attention for their atmospheric and immersive take on black metal. Their latest album, “A Romance With Violence,” has been lauded for its cinematic quality and ability to transport listeners to a different time and place.
The tour, which kicks off in November, will see the three bands play shows in the UK, Germany, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, among other countries. Fans can expect a night of powerful and thought-provoking music that spans multiple genres and pushes the boundaries of what metal and hardcore can be.
For fans of Enslaved, Svalbard, and Wayfarer, this tour is a must-see event. With three bands that are known for their intense live performances and innovative music, this is sure to be a tour that fans will be talking about for years to come. Don’t miss your chance to see these three incredible bands on stage together.