Of Mice & Men set to headline the UEA in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 13:38 25 January 2018 | UPDATED: 16:31 25 January 2018

Of Mice & Men. Photo: Courtesy of Cheek Press

Of Mice & Men. Photo: Courtesy of Cheek Press

Courtesy of Cheek Press

Metal band Of Mice & Men are coming to Norwich on April 26 to headline The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA with support from Wage War and Sylar.

Of Mice & Men tour poster. Photo: Courtesy of Cheek PressOf Mice & Men tour poster. Photo: Courtesy of Cheek Press

Comprised of Aaron Pauley on vocals and bass, Alan Ashby on guitar, Valentino Arteaga on drums and Phil Manansala on guitar, Of Mice & Men have recently released their highly anticipated album ‘Defy’ on January 19 through Rise Records.

Following their recent EU arena tour with Five Finger Death Punch, the Orange County, California four-piece added further dates for this Spring which takes them on a 22-date jaunt across Europe and the UK.

Over the course of almost a decade, Of Mice & Men have steadily risen to the top of the genre’s ranks, hitting number 1 on both the Billboard Rock and Independent Charts, and number 4 on the genre-spanning Top 200.

The band has racked up close to 5 million social media followers, also sharing stages with artists such as Metallica, Linkin Park, Slipknot and Queens of the Stone Age.

Tickets are available for the Norwich show from the UEA Box Office for £18.70 advance and from their website for the rest of the tour.

UK tour dates:

April 21 - O2 Academy in Bristol

April 22 - O2 ABC in Glasgow

April 23 - O2 Ritz in Manchester

April 25 - O2 Institute2 in Birmingham

April 26 - Nick Rayns LCR, UEA in Norwich

April 27 - KOKO in London

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