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KILLING JOKE - Announces European Headlining Tour

The living legends Killing Joke will embark on an extensive headline European tour over the autumn/winter period; a 24-date run of shows starting in Ireland on 30th October and concluding in Belgium on 5th December, taking in 16 different territories along the way. During the tour – on Friday, 4th November – the band will head the cast of a special London show at the O2 Academy in Brixton; this anticipated event will take place under 'The Great Gathering' banner, with carefully selected support acts to be announced in due course. The full list of European headline shows is as follows below.
In preparation for their return to the road, Killing Joke have unveiled the apocalyptic "New Cold War" video directed by long-term associate/designer, Mike Coles and you can watch it in the player below. The track is taken from Killing Joke's 16th studio album, Pylon, which entered the UK charts at No. 16 giving the band their highest official chart entry in 21 years and third highest ever. Link

Killing Joke - European Tour 2016:
30 – Dublin, the Academy (Ireland)
31 – Belfast, the Limelight (UK)
4 – London, Brixton Academy (UK – 'The Great Gathering')
6 – Karlsruhe, Substage (Germany)
8 – Utrecht, Tivolivredenburg (Holland)
9 – Paris, Elysee Montmartre (France)
11 – Zurich, Dynamo (Switzerland)
12 – Geneva L'Usine (Switzerland)
13 – Milan, Live Club (Italy)
15 – Rome, Orion (Italy)
16 – Bologna, Zona Roveri (Italy)
17 – Vienna, Szene (Austria)
19 – Munich, Theaterfabrik (Germany)
20 – Prague, Palac Akropolis (Czech Republic)
21 – Krakow, Kwadrat (Poland)
23 – Hamburg, Fabrik (Germany)
24 – Copenhagen, Pumpehuset (Denmark)
26 – Stockholm, Debaser Medis (Sweden)
28 – Helsinki, Tavastia (Finland)
30 – Oslo, Rockefeller (Norway)
1 – Malmo, KB (Sweden)
3 – Koln, Kantine (Germany)
4 – Berlin, SO 36 (Germany)
5 – Hasselt, Muziekodroom (Belgium)