Friday, February 23, 2024

Beauty In the Suffering’s Dietrich Thrall to join Madlife for European Tour

Having recently toured with Misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein’s solo project DOYLE, Beauty In The Suffering producer Dietrich Thrall is set to join industrial hard rockers Madlife during their remaining performances supporting Ill Nino’s ‘15 Years Of Revolution’ tour.

The horror-themed music and video producer will be picking up a bass guitar and taking to the stage with the Los Angeles-based act, who have released numerous studio albums since their inception in 2005 as well as completing tours with Static-X, Fear Factory and Coal Chamber.

Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of their debut album “Revolution Revolucion, Ill Nino barrelled through the London’s O2 Academy Islington on 28th March, and will make one final UK stop in Southampton’s Talking Heads before shooting over to Germany for a number of shows across Berlin, Dresden, Vienna and more. London’s performance saw the nu-metal act joined by supporting acts from Incite (fronted by Ritchie Cavalera), Xtortya, Ektomorph and of course, Madlife themselves.

’15 Years Of Revolution’ Remaining Tour Dates:

03/29 @ Talking Heads – Southampton, UK

03/30 @ Helvete, Oberhausen, GERMANY (2nd Show Added)

03/31 @ L.A. Live Style – Cham, GERMANY

04/01 @ Bi Nuu – Berlin, GERMANY (SOLD OUT)

04/02 @ Konk Klub – Dresden, GERMANY

04/04 @ Barba Negra – Budapest, HUNGARY

04/05 @ Viper Room – Vienna, AUSTRIA

04/06 @ Kaminwerk – Memmingen, GERMANY

04/07 @ Helvete – Oberhausen, GERMANY (SOLD OUT)

04/08 @ Das Rind – Rüsselsheim, GERMANY

04/09 @ Eurocentrum – Jablonbc Nad Nisou, CZECH REPUBLIC

04/11 @ UFO – Bruneck, ITALY

Luke Milne
Luke Milne
London-based music junkie Luke Milne has worked in the journalism industry for a number of years, having been fortunate enough to have been closely exposed to a broad range of musical influences in his early youth. Though he picked up a guitar in his early teens, Luke found his real passion lay in observing and inderstanding the culture, history and social buzz that surrounds the rock and roll lifestyle. Also, he couldn't play triplets to save his life.

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