The Amity Affliction announce European and UK tour

The Amity Affliction

The Amity Affliction have announced an extensive tour of Europe and the UK for later this year. 

Starting in Germany on September 28, the Australian metalcore crew will tour the continent until the end of October, including seven dates in the United Kingdom.

For all of the shows, The Amity Affliction will be supported by The Plot In You, Dream State and Endless Heights.

Earlier this year, The Amity Affliction split with drummer Ryan Burt, with the band reporting he’s been struggling with mental health issues and that touring was taking a toll on his wellbeing.

The Amity Affliction Europe and UK tour

28 Sep: München, Tonhalle, DE
29 Sep: Oberhausen, Turbinenhalle, DE
30 Sep: Eindhoven, Effenaar, NE
02 Oct: Birmingham, O2 Academy 2, UK
03 Oct: Leeds, Church, UK
04 Oct: London, The Electric Ballroom, UK
05 Oct: Glasgow, Queen Margaret Union, UK
06 Oct: Hull, Welly:One, UK
07 Oct: Manchester, Academy 2, UK

08 Oct: Bristol, SWX, UK
09 Oct: Paris, Trabendo, FR
11 Oct: Madrid, Sala But, ES
12 Oct: Barcelona, Razzmatazz, ES
13 Oct: Lyon, CCO, FR
14 Oct: Zurich, X-Tra, CH
15 Oct: Bologna, Zona Roveri, IT
16 Oct: Wien, Arena, AT
17 Oct: Warsaw, Proxima, Poland
19 Oct: Leipzig, Täubchenthal, DE
20 Oct: Prague, Rock Cafe, CZ
21 Oct: Berlin, Astra, DE
22 Oct: Copenhagen, Pumpehuset, DK
23 Oct: Oslo, John Dee, NO
24 Oct: Gothenburg, Sticky Fingers, SE
25 Oct: Hamburg, Markhalle, DE
26 Oct: Hannover, Faust, DE
27 Oct: Wiesbaden, Schlachthof, DE
28 Oct: Antwerp, Zappa, BE

The Amity Affliction UK tour poster

Luke Morton joined Metal Hammer as Online Editor in 2014, having previously worked as News Editor at popular (but now sadly defunct) alternative lifestyle magazine, Front. As well as helming the Metal Hammer website for the four years that followed, Luke also helped relaunch the Metal Hammer podcast in early 2018, producing, scripting and presenting the relaunched show during its early days. He also wrote regular features for the magazine, including a 2018 cover feature for his very favourite band in the world, Slipknot, discussing their turbulent 2008 album, All Hope Is Gone.