Following the fantastic release of their Kscope debut album ‘Relentless’ and earth shattering performance a KK’s Steel Mill, the band are bringing the new record to the masses on their UK run in support of The Damn Truth.
In celebration of this momentous occasion the band have made their cover of Sia and David Guetta’s classic ‘Titanium’ available for streaming, for the first time ever. Alongside the dates with The Damn Truth, Empyre will also be performing at Steelhouse Festival and select dates throughout the UK in the autumn.
Frontman Henrik Steenholdt comments:
It feels like an age since we were last on tour, and as this is the first sustained road trip since the release of Relentless it’s an exciting prospect and intriguing to find out what kind of evening a blend of our darker melancholy rock and The Damn Truth’s cool, retro-rock makes.
We’re also very pleased to kick it off with a new single release, but it’s up against some pretty stiff competition to get into our sets on tour.
See the full list of tour dates below:
w/The Damn Truth*
July 22nd – Shoreham-By-Sea Ropetackle Arts Centre*
July 23rd – Blackpool The Waterloo Music Bar*
July 25th – Leicester, The Musician*
July 27th – Buckley Tivoli*
July 28th – Leek, Foxlowe Arts Centre*
July 30th – Steelhouse Festival, Wales
August 1st – Milton Keynes Stables
September 3rd – Nene Valley Rock Festival, Nene Park, Peterborough
September 16th – Earth Shake, New Cross Inn, London
September 23rd – 24th – NWOCR Livefest, KK Steel Mill, Wolverhampton
September 30th – The Patriot, Crumlin, Wales – HEADLINE GIG
October 21st – Leo’s Red Lion, Gravesend – HEADLINE GIG
Relentless is out now via Kscope on the following formats, with additional bundles and items available exclusively through the Eyesore Merch https://empyre.lnk.to/Relentless
Limited edition digipack CD version with an alternative cover, featuring 4 bonus tracks
· Limited edition red coloured vinyl LP
What the press have said about Empyre:
“Empyre are formidable giant killers” – Classic Rock
“Empyre have become masters at taking the formula for British atmospheric rock and infusing it with their arena-ready signature sound” – Guitar World
“Slick, vast and like the music was written with the help of an architectural blueprint for an arena” – Kerrang
Henrik Steenholdt: Vocals and guitar
Did Coles: Lead guitar
Grant Hockley: Bass
Elliot Bale: Drums
Watch the video HERE (https://youtu.be/w7KXfrj5i08 )
Listen HERE (https://orcd.co/empyre_titanium_outnow)
For hi-res images / logos etc: www.kscopemusic.com/media/empyre