News: Meshuggah Postpone European Headline Tour Dates To May 2022.

Olle Carlsson

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty that all regions in Europe will be able to restore and provide a safe environment for concerts this autumn, Meshuggah have unfortunately had to make the decision to push back their European headline tour dates to May 2022.

The good news is that special guests Zeal & Ardor will still be part of the tour and will also be added to the line up for the “Royal Albert Hall” show in London, and that additional shows in Dublin, Cologne and Nancy have now been added to the routing.

“Ruhrpott Metal Meeting”, being a festival with fixed dates, cannot be re-scheduled.

Tickets will remain valid from the 2021 dates, please contact your ticket provider with any queries.

MESHUGGAH – Live 2022:

05.05. D-Hamburg – EOA
06.05. D-Leipzig – Haus Auensee
08.05. D-Cologne – Palladium
09.05. F-Paris – L’Olympia
10.05. I-Milan – Alcatraz
12.05. D-Munich – Tonhalle
13.05. F-Lyon – Le Transbordeur
14.05. F-Nancy – Nancy M’N’M Festival *
15.05. D-Wiesbaden – Schlachthof
17.05. D-Berlin – Columbiahalle
18.05. NL-Tilburg – 013
20.05. A-Vienna – Arena
21.05. CH-Zurich – Samsung Hall
22.05. LUX-Esch Sur Alzette – Rockhal
23.05. B-Brussels – Ancienne Belgique
24.05. F-Lille – L’Aeronef
26.05. UK-Nottingham – Rock City
28.05. UK-Manchester – Academy
29.05. UK-Bristol – O2 Academy
30.05. SCT-Glasgow – Barrowlands
01.06. IRL-Dublin – Olympia
03.06. UK-London – Royal Albert Hall

* festival show without ZEAL & ARDOR

Meshuggah have recently entered ‘Sweetspot Studios’ in Sweden to record their ninth studio album and follow-up to their highly acclaimed and Grammy Nominated album, ‘The Violent Sleep Of Reason’, to be released in early 2022. The album will also mark the return of founding member Fredrik Thordendal. In other words: The band is back together. In full effect.

Check out a live version of track ‘The Violent Sleep Of Reason’, below:

Find out more via the bands Website or Facebook

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