Tax The Heat – Sign To Nuclear Blast And Announce Debut Album “Fed To The Lions” To Be Released In Early 2016

2015 has been an intense year for Bristol’s rising stars Tax The Heat. Following the release of two critically acclaimed singles “Fed To The Lions” and “Highway Home” (both of which were playlisted across rock radio – A listed on Planet Rock) the band have cemented their live reputation by supporting the likes of Cadillac 3, Reef, The Graveltones, Black Star Riders, Masters Of Reality, Virginmarys and Thunder and festival appearances such as 2000 Trees, Download and Calling. The bands unique blend of classic blues driven rock with a modern alternative twist has won them a legion of fans.

The band is pleased to announce they have now signed a deal with Nuclear Blast (home to acts such as Blues Pills, Black Star Riders & Crobot) and they are currently putting the finishing touches to their anticipated debut album, which will be entitled “Fed To the Lions”. The album is due for release in March 2016.

To cap off a very successful 2015 the band will be playing a series of headline shows (and one festival) in November and December 2015

UK Tour Dates
Sun 29th Nov                          London, Barfly
Mon 30th Nov                       Bristol, Louisiana
Tue 1st Dec                             Birmingham, Rainbow
Wed 2nd Dec                         Manchester, Sound Control
Thu 3rd Dec                             Glasgow, Nice ‘N’ Sleazy’s
Sat 5th Dec                              Sheffield, Winter Rocks Festival

Support on all dates (except Sheffield) comes from Leogun

Tickets go onsale on Wednesday September 30th and will be priced £7.00 advance and available and all usual outlets.

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About David Farrell

General Manager and 'THE' competition guy at Manager of The Goddanm Electric, Tour manager for Serpentine, and ex-general Dogsbody at Media partner to numerous bands. Also takes photos, writes reviews and likes classic rock, with a touch of thrash to get the blood flowing.