EXIT are back...and we are pleased to announce that we will be supporting Twin Atlantic on the Irish leg of their tour. The Belfast date is in Auntie Annie's on 4th Oct. This marks a new era for the band including a slightly augmented sound, a new EP/album on the way and some other big news to follow very soon. But in the meantime hopefully we'll see some you down at the Auntie Annie's gig.
For more info check out www.exitrock.co.uk or www.myspace.com/exitonline
TWIN ATLANTIC w/ support from EXIT
Venue: Auntie Annies
Date: Sunday 4th October 2009
Ticket Price: £7.50 (tickets are also available on the door)
In person: From 22 Ticketmaster outlets province wide / Easons / Katy Dalys
24hr hotlines: Tel: (NI) 0870 243 4455 (ROI) 0818 719 300
Buy online: www.geturticket.com / www.ticketmaster.ie
For more see: www.cdcleisure.com / www.myspace.com/twinatlantic
Here's a poster:
[quote:c47189b6e6="The_Martyr"]worst support ever.[/quote:c47189b6e6]
Jesus, can anyone ever say anything good on this forum, its always negative, why the hell can people not just support other bands :S
1. Avoid starting duplicate topics, do a search first!
2. Be civil.
3. If you can't be civil, at least don't be a dick.
4. You can post up to times in 24 hours. You currently have posts left.
there should be a 5th one added
5. If you haven't got anything good to say, shut up!
Good work Exit!
It's a mismatched support slot, that's all.
Twin Atlantic are a post-hardcore, Biffy Clyro-style band. Exit are a straight-up rock n roll act. There are plenty of more suitable bands that could attract a more suitable crowd.
Quod erat demonstrandum.
The post does say EXIT have augmented their sound so maybe it does match. the stuff on myspace is not a true representation of their new sound. Did your mother never tell you, if ya dont have somethin nice to say, dont say anything at all.
Because as we all know, people should accept everything as it is, without ever questioning or complaining when they feel something is a bad idea. Oh, please.
For Christ sake, if he doesn't like the line up, it's his right to express as such.