Comeback Kid announces November 2019 European & UK Tour with Sick Of It All

Comeback Kid & Sick Of It All Euro Tour 2019 poster
Currently on the road in the UK - set to play Oxford tonight, followed by a show in Manchester tomorrow plus a set at 2000trees (11th July) - Canada’s finest hardcore punks Comeback Kid have announced that they will be returning to the UK and Europe again this November, with Sick Of It All and Cancer Bats!

The band are still touring in support of their latest acclaimed studio album “Outsider”, which is available to purchase here & here.

Make sure to catch the band live on one of the following dates.

European & UK Tour Dates 2019:
06.11. DE Hamburg - Markthalle
07.11. BE Antwerp - Trix
08.11. DE Leipzig - Werk 2
09.11. PL  Krakow - Kwadrat
10.11. HU Budapest - Dürer Kert
11.11. CZ Prague - Meet Factory
12.11. AT Vienna - Arena
14.11. DE Munich - Backstage
15.11. DE Berlin - Astra
16.11. DE Würzburg - Posthalle
17.11. DE Herford - X
18.11. DE Cologne - Essigfabrik
19.11. NL Eindhoven - Effenaar
21.11. UK Glasgow - Slay
22.11. UK Sheffield - Corporation
24.11. UK London - Electric Brixton

And don’t miss their tour dates this week!

Festivals 2019:
09.07. UK Oxford @ O2 Academy 2 
10.07. UK Manchester @ Rebellion 
11.07. UK Cheltenham @ 2000trees  
13.07. CZ Velke Mezirici @ Fajtfest

Complacency kills creativity, and nobody seems to know that better than Comeback Kid. “Outsider”, the long-running hardcore outfit’s latest LP showcases that in spades. Capturing the all-out intensity of the band’s riotous live shows, it’s as urgent and unrelenting as anything they’ve done in the past. And yet while many of their peers consider sonic evolution an enemy of their scene, Comeback Kid have built a career on progression and evolution, continually expanding their now-signature sound while never compromising its integrity.

The band first united in 2000 and dropped their debut LP, “Turn It Around” in 2003. Its follow-up, 2005’s “Wake the Dead” further cemented the band’s foundation of energetic, punk-propelled hardcore. With the departure of original vocalist Scott Wade, Andrew Neufeld moved from guitar to lead vocals ahead of 2007’s “Broadcasting... ”. More recent releases like “Symptoms + Cures” and 2014’s “Die Knowing” find the band incorporating a wider array of elements and influences into their combustible sonic concoction.