Killing Joke reschedule album release and UK tour dates

Killing Joke have rescheduled both their UK performances from the original dates set in April to October and also pushed back the release of their new album.

It has been over 30 years since the band formed and over those years it has seen many member changes, including an album featuring Dave Grohl, but after the death of Paul Raven, the bands bassist, the original line-up reunited to play once again.

“Everything came together when we all met at…Raven’s funeral. It was funny the unifying effect it had on all of us. It made us realise our mortality and how important Killing Joke is to all of us.”

The band has been hard at work on their new album “XIII: Feast Of Fools” which will now be released September 6th and will be followed with a full European and American tour.

Rescheduled UK dates:

15th October – UK Picture House, Edinburgh
16th October – UK Hammersmith Apollo, London


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