Thy Art Is Murder postpones upcoming European tour until 2022

Posted by AP on 15/09/21

Sydney, Australia’s deathcore unit Thy Art Is Murder have been forced to postpone their upcoming European tour with Malevolence and King 810 until 2022. There has also been some shuffling in the opening slots, with Justice For The Damned and Alluvial now set to occupy those.

The concert that was supposed to take place at Amager Bio in Copenhagen on November 22nd this year will now happen on November 21st next year instead, and if you already hold a ticket, it remains valid for the new date. There are also more tickets available for purchase over at for 275 DKK (+ fees), while further details can be found in the official Facebook event.

Here’s how the entire updated itinerary will pan out next year:

November 18th - LKA-Longhorn, Stuttgart, GER

November 19th - Löwensaal, Nürnberg, GER

November 20th - Übel & Gefährlich, Hamburg, GER

November 21st - Amager Bio, Copenhagen, DEN

November 22nd - Klubben, Stockholm, SWE

November 23rd - Trädgår’n, Göteborg, SWE

November 25th - X, Herford, GER

November 26th - Huxleys, Berlin, GER

November 27th - Felsenkeller, Leipzig, GER

November 30th - Barba Negra, Budapest, HUN

December 01st - Arena, Wien, AUT

December 02nd - Tonhalle, München, GER

December 03rd - Largo, Roma, ITA

December 04th - Magnolia, Milano, ITA

December 05th - Vaudeville, Lindau, GER

December 06th - Fri-Sin, Fribourg, CHE

December 07th - Komplex 457, Zürich, CHE

December 08th - Schlachthof, Wiesbaden, GER

December 09th - Zappa, Antwerpen, BEL

December 10th - SWX, Bristol, UK

December 11th - Queen Margaret Union, Glasgow, UK

December 12th - Institute, Birmingham, UK

December 13th - Ritz, Manchester, UK

December 14th - Forum, London, UK

December 15th - Trabendo, Paris, FRA

December 16th - Melkweg, Amsterdam, NLD

December 17th - Carlswerk Victoria, Köln, GER

Thy Art Is Murder released a new single titled “Killing Season” last year and you can revisit it below.

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