Europe / UK! Within The Ruins, Phinehas, Fit For An Autopsy an The Last Ten Seconds of Life are headed your way! You can scope out all the dates on the flyer provided below. Check out the official promo below.
Their latest album “Till the End” has been released on July 10th. 2015 through Artery Recordings.
Above the ashes of a dry and thirsty scene, where towers of pride rise and fall, stands Phinehas [FEHN-ee-uhs]. Formed in 2001 on the outskirts of Los Angeles, Phinehas is a band of Christians with the purpose of being a shining light amidst a dark scene.] They recognize that a message is only perceived as good as the messenger, so music quality holds an equally important role in their ministry. What initially began as a thrashy hardcore band has flourished into a brand of metal that not many can emulate.
Phinehas has never lost momentum. Their intense and passionate live show is a hit everywhere. Largely influenced by the music of bands like As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage, and Van Halen, Phinehas is a band that loves fast beats and guitar solos while never forgetting their roots by weaving in powerful breakdowns.
Our review of “Till The End” can be found here.
26.11.16 Germany Freiburg @ Crash
27.11.16 Netherlands Eindhoven @ Dynamo
28.11.16 UK Plymouth @ The Hub
29.11.16 UK London @ Boston Music Room
30.11.16 UK Birmingham @ Mama Roux
01.12.16 UK Glasgow @ G2
02.12.16 UK Sheffield @ Corporation
04.12.16 Netherlands Haarlem @ Patronaat
05.12.16 Germany Hamburg @ Hafenklang
06.12.16 Germany Weinheim @ Cafe Central
07.12.16 Belgium Liege @ Reflektor
08.12.16 Germany Dessau @ Beat Club
09.12.16 Germany Ennepetal @ Christmas Rock Night (just PHINEHAS)
10.12.16 Czech Republic Prague @ Nová Chmelnice
11.12.16 Austria Graz @ Explosiv
12.12.16 Germany München @ Backstage
13.12.16 Switzerland Aarau @ Kiff
14.12.16 Austria Wien @ Viper Room
15.12.16 Italy Goriza @ TBA
16.12.16 Italy Milan Circolo @ Svolta
17.12.16 Germany Schweinfurt @ Alter Stattbahnhof
18.12.16 Germany Oberhausen @ Kulttempel
Video below: Phinehas – ‘Forever West’