Today, Singapore-based hardcore band Losing End announced their first-ever European tour, a run in May to precede a follow-up leg on the West coast of North America. For portions of the North American part of the tour, the band will be joined by Strengthen What Remains and Incited. (Full tour dates are below.)

The band will release their debut EP, Devil’s Advocate, on May 20. The album is currently streaming in full via Powertrip Records’ Bandcamp (and below). If you dig the sound, you can pre-order the album through the label.

  • 5/16 – Sheffield, UK
  • 5/10 – Nottingham, UK
  • 5/11 – Leicester, UK
  • 5/12 – Cardiff, UK^
  • 5/13 – Plymouth, UK^
  • 5/14 – London, UK^
  • 5/15 – Nantes, FRA
  • 5/16 – Rennes, FRA
  • 5/17 – Luxembourg, LUX
  • 5/18 – Hamburg, DE
  • 5/19 – Leipzig, DE
  • 5/20 – Schleiz, DE
  • 5/21 – Arnstadt, DE
  • 5/22 – Goes, NL
  • 5/25 – Bremerton, WA*
  • 5/27 – Seattle, WA
  • 5/28 – Seattle, WA
  • 5/29 – Seattle, WA
  • 5/30 – Portland, OR**
  • 5/31 – Pocatello, ID**
  • 6/1 – Reno, NV**
  • 6/2 – Sacramento, CA**
  • 6/3 – Fresno, CA**
  • 6/4 – Pomona, CA**
  • 6/6 – Las Vegas, NV**
  • 6/7 – Tempe, AZ**
  • 6/8 – San Diego, CA**

Losing End Tour 2016

^ with Judgement
* with Incited
** with Strengthen What Remains and Incited

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