Gallows return to the states

It isn’t hard to see why Gallows separate themselves from the murk of mediocrity. For one, the music screams with a passion that recalls the on edge energy and immediacy of older days in the scence when guys in “punk” bands didn’t even consider acting or doubling as a male model in Hollywood. Now, the UK hardcore group Gallows will embark on their first ever headlining US tour in January. Fronted by NME magazine’s 2007 pick for “coolest man in rock ‘n’ roll,” Frank Carter and crew return to the US in support of their debut album, Orchestra of Wolves.

Gallows’ onstage mêlée has been described as a non-stop barrage of adrenaline fueled chaos, where the band’s unruly antics often commandeer entire venues. Led by their rowdy frontman Carter, who spends most shows entrenched in the circle pit, Gallows provide an intensely skillful soundtrack to the mayhem with the blistering dual guitar assault from Laurent Barnard and Steph Carter and rhythmic rollicking of bassist Stu Gili Ross and drummer Lee Barratt. Circling back for their fourth visit, Gallows are ready to get up close and personal with their American fans.

Tour Dates (More To Be Announced Soon):
1/9 – The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
1/10 – Jack Rabbits – Jacksonville, FL
1/11 – The Social – Orlando, FL
1/12 – Common Grounds – Gainesville, FL
1/14– Red Room at Meridian – Houston, TX
1/15 – Emo’s – Austin, TX
1/16 – The Door – Dallas, TX

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