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Indonesia's rising metal starlets Voice Of Baceprot announce first-ever European tour
Voice Of Baceprot, the young, female, hijab-wearing, metal band from Indonesia – will play a limited number of shows in Europe. The critically-acclaimed trio will bring their inspiring music to The Netherlands, France, Belgium and Switzerland beginning November 28th and going through December 10th.
Voice Of Baceprot, – Jonge, vrouwelijke, hijab-dragende metalband uit Indonesië – speelt een beperkt aantal shows in Europa. Het veelgeprezen trio brengt hun inspirerende muziek van 28 November tot en met 10 December naar Nederland, Frankrijk, België en Zwitserland.
Voice Of Baceprot, – Jeune groupe de metal féminin Indonésien portant le hijab – annonce un nombre limité de concerts en Europe. Le trio acclamé par la critique apportera sa musique inspirante aux Pays-Bas, en France, en Belgique et en Suisse du 28 Novembre au 10 Décembre.
British Lion announce that the following UK headline club & pub shows have now been confirmed for November / December 2021:
Support act for the tour is Airforce, except for Dover where it will be Wicked Stone*. There will be no support in London**
Tickets are on-sale now and available from www.britishlionuk.com. Tickets for Hornchurch - There is no online facility to purchase tickets for the show in Hornchurch, so these will be available for purchase at the venue from Saturday 23rd October.
British Lion would like to thank their agent for the exceptional work in putting together this tour at such short notice and are delighted that they will be able to play some shows this year.
As the band hasn’t performed a headline tour in the UK since 2019, these dates will be the first opportunity for fans to see them playing tracks from their second album The Burning released by Warner Music (and by Explorer1 Music in the US) in January 2020, including Bible Black for which a new video was recently released https://youtu.be/Poxpg5hF4PM
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