Hot off the back of their recent run of UK dates, sludge overlords Raging Speedhorn are set to hit Ireland, with Belfast hardcore mob By Any Means & Irish metallers Dead Label, for their first run of dates since reforming in 2014!
Friday Sept 16th - Cork - Crane Lane
Saturday Sept 17th - Dublin - On The Rox
Sunday Sept 18th - Belfast – Voodoo
The band’s next UK appearance will be as part of the London Tattoo Convention from September 23rd-25th alongside Orange Goblin & The Broken Chords. The event will also include a 2000 AD Exhibition and performances by Fuel Girls & Pyrohex.
Since reforming, Speedhorn have spent the last two years reminding the British metal crowd why they were, and still are, one of the most beloved and feared live bands on the planet. Between decimating small venues at flattening volume, with the raw power of a cocaine fuelled rhinoceros, the band have also annihilated stages at some of the UK’s biggest festivals; including Sonisphere, Bloodstock & Damnation, to name a few.
Away from the beer soaked live circuit, Speedhorn have busied themselves in the studio, with 2015’s “Halfway To Hell”. The single received its debut on the Radio 1 Rock Show, and went on to receive national airplay across Europe. While its accompanying video scored its first screening on Scuzz TV. The track was later picked up for a Split 7” with New Jersey space rockers Monster Magnet through German label, H42 Records.
One thing above all is clear; Raging Speedhorn are back. And there’s not a pair of eardrums or a stage in the land they won’t rip to shreds.