Prolong The Agony announce UK tour

British metalcore newcomers Prolong The Agony have announced a six-date UK tour for June.

The Portsmouth band, who recently signed a deal with In At The Deep End Records, will release their All We Are EP on April 20, to be followed by a debut album.

And they will hit the road with support from Brighton outfit Jonestown, starting in Canterbury on June 1.

PTA frontman Larry Welling says: “We’re really excited to be heading out with Jonestown in June, playing to new people is what it’s all about so come down to a show and let’s have some fun.”

The band released a video for Dead Dreams last month. The song is taken from the All We Are EP.


Jun 01: Canterbury Maiden Head

Jun 03: Glasgow Nice ‘n’ Sleazy

Jun 04: Perth Green Rooms

Jun 05: Crawley Black Dog

Jun 06: Bristol The Gryphon

Jun 07: Mansfield The Intake

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