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THE HERETIC ORDER Announce UK Dates






THE HERETIC ORDER Announce UK Dates


London demon metal mongers THE HERETIC ORDER will be playing shows around the UK at the end of November and beginning of December.

The band, who are currently finishing the mixes to their second album, will be touring for the last time in support of their 2015 debut 'All Hail the Order’, unleashed through Massacre Records. The highly anticipated new LP is due out in mid-2018, with the band already channelling spirits of the night to support the release: more news to follow soon.

23/11 Crowndale Club London
24/11 Rewind Wrexham
25/11 Sophie Fest Rebellion Manchester
30/11 Fat Lil's Witney
02/12 B2 Norwich
07/12 Craufurd Arms Milton Keynes
08/12 Giffard Arms Wolverhampton
10/12 Facebarmageddon Fest Reading

All Hail the Order available MASSACRE RECORDS


Metal Hammer – BOA Aug 2016
“It’s a shame THO are opening the tent instead of the main stage, with their theatrical aesthetic and stage show of skeletons and blood soaked virgins custom made for bigger spectacle. The fact they’ve backed by the classic metalisms and gothic undertones of ‘Burn Witch Burn’ is a massive plus.’” 8/10 (AR)

Get your Rocks Out – BOA Aug 2016
“The music was full of everything you wanted too; great riffs, powerful bass lines and stupendous vocals all brought together in a stunning set that heated up the crowd wonderfully.”

Metal Hammer Album review –Sept 2015
“There are many things to love about All Hail The Order – from the hilariously demonic cover art to the band’s alter-egos, Lord Ragnar Wagner, Rotted Skull etc. But their Hammer Horror shtick is second to a solid set of tunes. An album that reminds us how good it is to listen to Candlemass and Mercyful Fate.” 7/10 Holly Wright


TBFM - Album review Oct 2015
“A solid debut from a band who clearly have big things ahead of them. So what are you waiting for? Come join the order…”

Music 224 – HRH Metal review March 2017
“Their fierce cryptic rhythms leaves you hanging on every note and Lord Ragner Wagner is the kind of frontman
who’s commanding persona is one of a kind.”


www.thehereticorder.com
www.facebook.com/thehereticorder/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6u-0eqP2zvqJ0ywq1vhpGQ
Album
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oorlfexyc80

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