Monster Truck announce Euro tour

Monster Truck have announced a short 2016 European tour.

The run of dates will kick off at Germany’s Rockpalast, Bochum, on March 29, and wrap up with a show at London’s 100 Club on April 5.

The gigs are in support of their latest album Sittin’ Heavy, set for release on February 19 via Mascot Label Group.

Frontman and bassist Jon Harvey says: “We are insanely excited to get back across the ocean. Every time has been full of lifelong memories and we expect to make some new ones in March 2016.”

The Canadian outfit have released the tracks The Enforcer and Don’t Tell Me How To Live from their second album, which is available for pre-order (opens in new tab).

Monster Truck 2016 European tour

Mar 29: Bochum Rockpalast, Germany
Mar 30: Berlin Privatclub, Germany
Mar 31: Munich Strom, Germany
Apr 01: Ansterdam Melkweg, Netherlands
Apr 03: Paris La Maroquinerie, France
Apr 05: London 100 Club, UK

Sittin’ Heavy tracklist

  1. Why Are You Not Rocking?
  2. Don’t Tell Me How to Live
  3. She’s a Witch
  4. For the People
  5. Black Forest
  6. Another Man’s Shoes
  7. Things Get Better
  8. The Enforcer
  9. To The Flame
  10. New Soul
  11. Enjoy the Time
  12. Midnight (vinyl bonus track)
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