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Collisions Spring Tour Dates!



New Year brings new tour dates! If you haven't yet witnessed this Drum 'N' Bass Electro Metal band from Brighton, now is your chance as they have just announced their spring tour dates! 2015 seems to be a blast for Collisions already, ready to make a high impact with their unique sound with frontman Olly's voice switching between singing to rapping to gutteral screaming they've gained quite a reputation for putting on an incredible live show - 'believe' me I have seen for myself!

They are kicking off the tour at the Barfly in Camden on January 14th, with Reverence, 48 Hours and Pupious supporting. (See poster above.)
 
Along with their tour with CYPHER 16, SEETHING AKIRA and RSJ in March/April, they've now been confirmed for Hevy Fest in August and have a support to Qemists and The Algorithm on 14th March, with more tours to be confirmed later in the year!

Their hugely anticipated debut album 'The Cause And The Catalyst' will be released towards the end of March with a single and video being released late February, more info will be released on this very soon.
 
All tour dates details:
 
14th January, Barfly, Camden, London with support from REVERENCE, 48 HOURS, PUPIOUS

14th March, Concorde, Brighton - with QEMISTS, THE ALGORITHM
http://www.seetickets.com/search?q=the+qemists&search
The Cause & The Catalyst tour with CYPHER 16, SEETHING AKIRA, RSJ
 
 

26th March Sound Control, Manchesterhttp://ticketwerk.co.uk/tickets/Collisions+++Cypher16+++Rsj+++Seething+Akira/Sound+Control,+Manchester/1427328000/
27th March The Globe, Newcastle http://www.seetickets.com/event/collisions-cypher16-rsj-seething-akira/the-globe/822317
8th March Fibbers, York http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/147307
3rd April Pangalactic Festival, Bar 42, Worthing
4th April The Green Store, Brighton
http://www.seetickets.com/Event/collisions-rsj-cypher-16-seething-akira/the-green-door-store/822034
5th April The Anvil, Bournemouth
http://www.seetickets.com/Event/collisions-rsj-cypher-16-seething-akira/the-anvil/822035
6th April Tiki Bar, Plymouth
http://www.seetickets.com/Event/collisions-rsj-cypher-16-seething-akira/tiki-bar-grill/822036
7th April Joiners, Southampton http://www.seetickets.com/Event/collisions-rsj-cypher-16-seething-akira/joiners/822040
8th April 02 Academy 2, Islington, London http://ticketwerk.co.uk/tickets/Cypher16/O2+Academy2+Islington,+London/1428447600/
10th April The Square, Harlow, Essex http://www.seetickets.com/Event/collisions-rsj-cypher16-seething-akira/the-square/822559
http://www.thesquareharlow.com/listings/?_page=2

Friday 14th/Saturday 15th August - HEVY FEST, Port Lympne, Kent with Dillinger Escape Plan, Monuments, OHMMS etc
 
 
Check out the bands latest video the highly infectious hit single, "We Know The Enemy":
 
 
 

 

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