"The blare of the great horn shall resound once again!" Enslaved announce UK and European tour for March

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Psychedelic prog-metallers Enslaved have announced tour dates for the UK and Europe for March.

The new 16-date run takes the band across 10 different countries, starting at London's Islington Assembly Hall on March 6 and runs through to Warsaw in Poland in March 24.

“Friends! In March it is happening," exclaims Enslaved bassist and vocalist Grutle Kjellson. "The blare of the great horn shall resound once again, and Heimdal will guide you through pain and anxiety and to victory!  In other words; we are going to tour Europe again! Due to events and circumstances beyond everybody’s control, our first European club tour since 2018 as a matter of fact! No less! Looking forward to see you all again. Alu Alu Laukar!!"

Enslaved released their most recent album, Heimdal, through Nuclear Blast Records earlier this year. The band have also been announced for this year's Bloodstock Festival which takes place at Catton Hall in Derbyshiore from August 9-11.

Tickets will go on-sale Friday November 10 at 10am GMT/11am CET. Support on the  comes from British post-hardcore quartet Svalbard and US metallers Wayfarer.

Mar 6: UK London Islington Assembly Hall 
Mar 7: UK Leeds Brudenell Social Club
Mar 8: UK Manchester Club Academy
Mar 9: UK Glasgow Slay 
Mar 10: IE Dublin Opium 
Mar 12: NED Helmond Cacaofabriek 
Mar 13: FRA Paris La Machine 
Mar 14: SWI Geneva PTR/l'Usine 
Mar 15: FRA Montpellier Victoire 2
Mar 16: ITA Milan Legend 
Mar 18: CZE Prague Futurum
Mar 19: AUT Vienna Szene 
Mar 21: GER Cologne Club Volta 
Mar 22: GER Leipzig Taubchenthal 
Mar 23: GER Berlin Hole44
Mar 24: POL Warsaw Proxima

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Jerry Ewing

Writer and broadcaster Jerry Ewing is the Editor of Prog Magazine which he founded for Future Publishing in 2009. He grew up in Sydney and began his writing career in London for Metal Forces magazine in 1989. He has since written for Metal Hammer, Maxim, Vox, Stuff and Bizarre magazines, among others. He created and edited Classic Rock Magazine for Dennis Publishing in 1998 and is the author of a variety of books on both music and sport, including Wonderous Stories; A Journey Through The Landscape Of Progressive Rock.