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Dead Man’s Whiskey

Dead Man’s Whiskey’s second album, In the Storm, will be out on the 29th September, it’s preceded by a new single, the fourth from the album, in ‘Do Or Die’ out now.

In The Storm was produced by Chris Clancy and Colin Richardson, famed for their work with Machine Head, Trivium, Bullet for My Valentine, Those Damn Crows and Massive Wagons

From London UK, Dead Man’s Whiskey is a hard rock five-piece featuring Nico Rogers (Vocals), Billy Kons (Lead guitar), Elliott D’Alvarez (rhythm guitar), James Titley (Bass) and Charlie Gray (Drums).

With the intent of bringing heavy riffs, anthemic choruses and stadium sized power ballads, since 2016 the band has grown to becoming one of the UK’s hottest up and coming bands, playing Download Festival in 2019, before selling out the iconic Camden Underworld, heading to Miami to play the legendary Kiss Kruise, as well as winning the chance to open Stonedead Festival in 2021.

The band hit the road this spring on the sold-out Masquerade UK Tour in April and May 2023. Ahead of an extensive UK headline tour this winter, the band played their only UK festival appearance of the year at Steelhouse Festival with Black Stone Cherry and Airbourne.

This October/November Dead Man’s Whiskey will be headline touring the UK in support

Of In the Storm.


Sat 7th Oct 2023 – Boston Music Room, London UK
Sat 11th Nov 2023 – Leo’s Red Lion, Gravesend UK
Sun 12th Nov 2023 – B2, Norwich UK
Tue 14th Nov 2023 – The Station, Cannock UK
Wed 15th Nov 2023 – The Cluny 2, Newcastle UK
Thur 16th Nov 2023 – Audio, Glasgow UK
Sat 18th Nov 2023 – Santiago, Leeds UK
Sun 19th Nov 2023 – The Waterloo, Blackpool UK
Wed 22nd Nov 2023 – Fuel, Cardiff UK
Thur 23rd Nov 2023 – Underground, Swindon UK
Fri 24th Nov 2023 – Zanzibar, Liverpool UK
Sat 25th Nov 2023 – Surburbia, Southampton UK

For further information click here.

Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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