The two concerts in Munich (Strom) and Hanover (Bei Chez Heinz) have to be canceled for logistical reasons. Tickets already purchased can be returned at the respective advance booking office.
Lake Malice: The "UK's most exciting new alt.metal band" for three shows in Germany at the end of November!
Presented by FUZE and SLAM
Brighton-based duo Lake Malice have released just half a dozen songs so far, but have already been described by the UK's Kerrang! magazine as "the UK's most exciting new alternative metal band". Formed exactly two years ago in the midst of the pandemic, the band, which has expanded live to a quartet, has had its tour calendar filled to the brim since resuming live concerts.
They have already toured across the UK several times as headliners, supported artists as diverse as Hacktivist and Bloodywood and will be traveling across Europe with Enter Shikari in October and November. Between November 23 and 25, they will be coming to Germany for three shows in Munich, Cologne and Hanover. From the first moment they met in the middle of the pandemic in the summer of 2021, guitarist, songwriter and producer Blake Cornwall and Italian-born singer Alice Guala have been investing everything in their new project, which is currently causing a huge stir on the British Isles. And for good reason: the incessant energy and dynamics of songs such as "Magic Square" and "Stop the Party" leave the listener constantly unsure where to turn their ears next, as each song part radically changes the melody, the rhythm or even the entire genre.
There's attention to detail in every musical moment, and their fusion of punchy alternative metal and electronic sounds conjures up images of John Wick-style fight scenes in neon-lit cyberpunk nightclubs. This is music for the 21st century in every detail, so fresh and deep yet catchy that it's hard to escape its magic. Two recent nominations at the Heavy Music Awards for "Best UK Breakthrough Artist" and "Best Breakthrough Live Artist" are the first fruits of their extraordinary work.
So far, Lake Malice have released six individual songs, but their already developed repertoire is much more extensive. However, since artists have been able to go on tour again, the band has started to test many alternative versions of their new songs live in order to get a feel for which of the many versions works best through the immediate feedback from their audience. And so you can look forward to a lot of previously unheard, exciting new material at their three German concerts at the end of November.This content has been machine translated.
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