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September 1, 2017

SHINING WILL PLAY BRAND NEW MATERIAL ON EUROPEAN HEADLINE TOUR, SET FOR SEP/OCT 2017

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Blackjazz trail-blazers Shining are due to embark on a European run of headline shows, including two in the UK, this September…

“I can’t wait to get out on the road again and play our asses off in clubs all around Europe! To make things even more exciting, we’re also going to play a whole host of brand new songs from our new album that will be out next year. This is your chance to hear this new and unique music before anyone else!” says front man Jørgen Munkeby of Shining.

TOUR DATES AS FOLLOWS:

SEPT 2 – NORWAY – TRONDHEIM – Samfundet

SEPT 4 – GERMANY – COLOGNE – Jungle

SEPT 5 – BELGIUM – ARLON – Entrepot

SEPT 6 – UK – LONDON – The Underworld

SEPT 7 – UK – YORK – Fibbers

SEPT 9 – NETHERLANDS – NIJMEGEN – Doornroosje

SEPT 10 – FRANCE – NANCY – Hublot

SEPT 11 – FRANCE – NANTES – Ferrailleur

SEPT 14 – HUNGARY – BUDAPEST – Durer Kert

SEPT 15 – ROMANIA – CLUJ-NAPOCA – Shelter

SEPT 29 – NORWAY – BODØ – Nødutgangfestivalen

OCT 25 – NORWAY – OSLO – John Dee

OCT 28 – NORWAY – PORSGRUNN – Rockeklubben

 

A new single, ‘Everything Dies’, has been revealed in the wake of this tour, check it out on Spotify and iTunes.

Shining’s current studio album, ‘International Blackjazz Society’, is available now through Spinefarm Records

 

Members:

Jørgen Munkeby – saxophone, guitar, lead vocals

Håkon Sagen – guitar

Eirik Tovsrud Knutsen – keyboards, synthesizer

Tobias Ørnes Andersen – drums

Ole Vistnes – bass

 

“The architecture of their music is modernist, a series of inelastic and inorganic shapes colliding with the velocity of a distant level of ‘Tetris’.” – Pitchfork

“Shining have pulled off some of the heaviest, most intense and frantic avant-metal around, while convincing us it’s straight forward and digestible” – Metal Hammer

“It’s a solid addition to a mercurial discography rich in experimentation” – Pop Matters

“Outlandishly Inventive” – Terrorizer

“It wouldn’t be hard to picture a jam band on bath salts and ketamine to sound too dissimilar from Shining” – The Monolith

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