SHINING to support THE OCEAN in Europe

SHINING will be supporting THE OCEAN in Europe this fall. HACRIDE and TIDES FROM NEBULA will be opening.  The following shows go on sale this week:

29/10/13 – Germany, Hamburg, Logo
30/10/13 – Netherlands, Haarlem, Patronaat
31/10/13 – Netherlands, Rotterdam, Baroeg
01/11/13 – United Kingdom, London, The Garage
02/11/13 – United Kingdom, Leeds, Damnation Festival
03/11/13 – France, Paris, Divan du Monde
05/11/13 – Spain, Barcelona, Apolo 2
06/11/13 – Spain, Madrid, Caracol
07/11/13 – Portugal, Porto, Hard Club
09/11/13 – Italy, Turin, AudioDrome
10/11/13 – Italy, Rome, Traffic
11/11/13 – Slovenia, Ljubljana, Gala Hala
12/11/13 – Germany, Munich, Backstage Club
13/11/13 – Switzerland, Winterthur, Salzhaus
14/11/13 – France, Belfort, La Poudriere
15/11/13 – Germany, Essen, Zeche Carl
17/11/13 – Germany, Berlin, Lido

SHINING’s latest album “One One One” was released in June to great accolades from all sides of the music world. The band have since their breakthrough with “Blackjazz” in 2010, year after year solidified their role as true musical pioneers.

Pitchfork write “Shining suddenly seem as good at songs as they have been at lengthy suites”, while Terrorizer give a perfect score of 5/5 and say that “One One One has raised all bars”. Metal Sucks simply states that with their new album “Shining continue their winning streak” — “a work of brilliance by an exciting band at the top of its game” according to Pop Matters. The list of rave reviews goes on and on, but all seem to agree with Heavy Blog Is Heavy that SHINING’s new album is “further solidifying them as one of the best, and most interesting, metal bands out there”.

Their very own genre Blackjazz have set a new standard and inspired countless of young musicians. SHINING’s very own genre are being hailed by all corners of the music world, and now you can finally see this musical monster come alive on stage in Europe!

Jørgen Munkeby of SHINING comments: “I love bands that seamlessly blend genres and make their own type of music. Therefore it’s wonderful to share the stage with the German band The Ocean. I think these evenings will be amazing for a wide range of music lovers. Can’t wait to come out and hit you over the head with a heavy slap of Blackjazz!”