Alien Ant Farm announce ‘ANThology’ UK Tour

It’s hard to believe Alien Ant Farm’s breakthrough album ‘ANThology’ hit the scene 15 years ago. In 2016 AAF are going to celebrate this by touring the UK and playing the album in full. Support comes from cult nu-grunge band InMe and one of the hottest bands of the moment -The Dirty Youth.

Check out the classic video for ‘Movies’ below:

Alien Ant Farm will play the following dates:

January
5th Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms
6th Birmingham, Rainbow Warehouse
7th Glasgow, Garage
8th Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
9th Liverpool, Arts Club
10th Newcastle, Riverside
12th York, The Duchess
13th Norwich, Waterfront
14th London, Electric Ballroom
15th Manchester, Club Academy
16th Sheffield, Corporation
17th Cambridge, The Junction
19th Exeter, Lemon Grove
20th Bournemouth, Old Firestation
21st Brighton, Concorde 2
22nd Amsterdam, Netherlands, Q Factory
23rd Stuttgart, Germany, Wizemann
24th Hannover, Germany, Muzikzentrum
26th Stockholm, Sweden, Fryshuset Klubben
27th Gothenburg, Sweden, Sticky Fingers
28th Copenhagen, Denmark, Amager Bio
Vocalist Dryden Mitchell had this to say about the tour:
“It’s always a great time when we get to tour overseas, but being able to play the “ANThology” record from front to back, in countries that helped give us our first #1 singles, is going to be extra special. We’ve waited 15 years to do this and we will not disappoint!”
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You may remember AAF climbing the charts in 2001 with their cover of Michael Jackson’s ‘Smooth Criminal’ as well as hit singles such as ‘Movies’ and ‘Wish’. The Riverside rockers are still recording today and released their latest album ‘Always And Forever’ in February this year.

About Neale McGeever

RAMzine Senior Contributor - I'm an entertainment writer ('journalist') from the North East. My favourite bands include Slipknot, Nirvana and Ninja Sex Party... I've freelanced for the likes of Kerrang!,Closer, Front, ZOO, and many others! I'm also big in to movies, video games, live comedy and ...beer!

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  1. Got my tickets for Newcastle! Still got my 15 year old aaf hoodie to wear 😀

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