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Dutch metalcore juggernaut The Royal has released their new album “Seven” last year. To promote the new album they will tour as much as possible. Recently they have announced shows in Japan with special guests Sable Hills this November. Dates and locations are listed below.

The Royal is a band that takes the best of a wide variety of subgenres in metal and presents a fresh and unique cross-over into today’s scene, released their very first label record “Seven” on Long Branch Records in march 2017. After forming the band late in 2012 these 5 ambitious young men began writing and recording songs DIY and displayed incredible promise through songs that showcase poignant and powerful writing.

Upcoming Shows:
TUE JUL 03 – The Harp Restrung, Folkestone, UK
WED 4 JULY – Boston Music Room,London, UK
THU 5 JULY – UK Tech-Fest 2018, Newark, UK
FRI 6 JULY – JocIeper, Belgium
SAT 7 JULY – Hurricanes PubTours, France
SUN 8 JULY – Void, Bordeaux, France
MON 9 JULY – Le Molotov, Marseille, France
TUE 10 JULY – Rock ‘n Eat, Lyon, France
WED 11 JULY – Deep Inside, Dijon, France
THU 12 JULY – Akk, Karlsruhe, Germany
FRI 13 JULY – Fajtfest 2018, Velké Meziříčí, Czech Republic
SAT 14 JULY – Club Novitatis, Dresden, Germany
SUN 15 JULY – Double HBerlin, Germany
TUE 17 JULY – Forellenhof, Salzgitter, Germany
WED 18 JULY – Stadtteilzentrum Desi, Nuremberg, Germany
THU 19 JULY – Café Rocas, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
FRI 20 JULY – PYHC Fest 2018, Sens, France
SAT 21 JULY – Free & Easy Fest 2018, Munich, Germany
SUN 22 JULY – Industrie 45 (I45), Zug, Switzerland
TUE 24 JULY – Badeanstalten Slagelse, Denmark
THU 26 JULY – DasBach, Vienna, Austria
FRI 27 JULY – Dürer Kert, Budapest, Hungary
SAT 4 AUG – Sea Of Black Festival 2018, Burgas, Bulgaria
SUN 5 AUG – Rockstadt Extreme Fest 2018, Braşov, Romania
TUE 7 AUG – Fester, Presov, Slovakia
THU 9 AUG – Chmury, Warsaw, Poland
SAT 11 AUG – Melnā Piektdiena, Riga, Latvia
FRI 17 AUG – Fängelset, Gothenburg, Sweden
SAT 18 AUG – Spinnrocken, Södertälje, Sweden
SUN 19 AUG – Royal, Eskilstuna, Sweden
SAT 25 AUG – Unknown venue, Oer-Erkenschwick, Germany
SUN 26 AUG – Willemeen, Arnhem, Netherlands
TUE 28 AUG – Dynamo, Eindhoven, Netherlands
WED 29 AUG – MCP Apache, Fontaine l’Evêque, Belgium
SAT 1 SEPT – Fallen Fortress Open Air 2018, Bad Dürkheim, Germany


5 OCT – Nieuwe Nor, Heerlen, Netherlands

20 NOV – Hatsudai Wall, Tokyo, Japan
21 NOV – Clapper, Osaka, Japan
22 NOV – Graf, Fukuoka, Japan
23 NOV – Redbox, Kurashika, Japan
24 NOV – Rad Seven, Nagoya, Japan
25 NOV – Garret, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

They self-released their EP, “Origins”, in 2012 and their single, ‘Blind Eye’, in 2013, followed by their first full-length “Dreamcatchers” in 2014, also self-released. In the course of this release they played supportshows for acts like Architects and Breakdown Of Sanity and gained attention at festivals like Jera On Air and Impericon Festival. This band fuses metal, groove and melody and delivers it in an advanced manner. This, combined with their flowing and thoughtful lyrics and their stellar live performance, shows that The Royal is a force to be reckoned with.

“Seven” is released worldwide March 31st 2017 through Long Branch Records. The album contains 10 brand new tracks, including the singles ‘Wildmind’ and ‘Seven’.

Our review of “Seven” can be found here.

The band consists of: Semuel Pisarahu – Vocals, Dick Liefting – Guitar, Pim Wesselink – Guitar, Loet Brinkmans – Bass, Tom Van Ekerschot – Drums.

WeblinksWebsite / Facebook / Twitter / Bandcamp

Video for ‘Arga’

Video for ‘Wildmind’

 

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