THE CASUALTIES have announced a European tour with THE EXPLOITED. The tour, which kicks off in the spring, sees the band traveling throughout 11 different countries before concluding on May 6. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.
THE CASUALTIES are touring in support of their new album, ‘Chaos Sound’. The album is streaming here. THE CASUALTIES recently released a video for “Brothers and Sisters” at the official CASUALTIES YouTube channel.
‘Chaos Sound’, THE CASUALTIES 10th studio album to date, features 15 new tracks of aggressive punk rock hailed as “if speed metal pinned UK punk to the wall in the ’70s and the two amicably agreed to work together – pretty heavy stuff.” (Consequence of Sound), and available now.
THE CASUALTIES have been an American punk rock institution for over 25 years. The long-running street punk band have toured almost every corner of the globe on the backs of 9 well-received albums, which have been released on SideOne Dummy, Tribal War Records, Eyeball Records, and more. The band has appeared on massive North American tours as part of the Warped Tour, and have toured with bands, such as THE EXPLOITED, GBH, CIRCLE JERKS, HATEBREED, CROWBAR, GWAR, MUNICIPAL WASTE, FLOGGING MOLLY, GOATWHORE and more.
THE CASUALTIES Tour Dates
Apr 04 Munich, Germany @ Backstage
Apr 05 Magdeburg, Germany @ Factory Magdeburg/ Dominion Club
Apr 06 Vlierden, Netherlands @ Zaal Thussen
Apr 07 Genk, Belgium @ JC Rondpunt 26
Apr 08 Drachten, Netherlands @ Poppodium Iduna
Apr 09 Leiden, Netherlands @ Gebr. de Nobel
Apr 10 Aachen, Germany @ Musikbunker
Apr 14 Madrid, Spain @ Sala Caracol
Apr 15 Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain @ Jimmy Jazz Gasteiz
Apr 16 Montpellier, France @ Le Secret Place
Apr 18 Mezzago, Italy @ Bloom
Apr 19 Padua, Italy @ Mame Club
Apr 20 Nova Gorica, Slovenia @ Mostovna
Apr 21 Budapest, Hungary @ Durer Kerr
Apr 23 Zagreb, Croatia @ Vintage Industrial Bar
Apr 24 Vienna, Austria @ Vienna Arena (Arena Wien)
May 05 Hamburg, Germany @ Markthalle
May 06 Düsseldorf, Germany @ Haus Der Jugend Düsseldorf