Japanese/German metal band I Promised Once will be back to Europe during September for shows in Belgium, France, Germany and The Netherlands!
I Promised Once debuted in 2014 as an electro-metalcore band with members from Germany and Japan, managed to do a headliner tour throughout Europe in 2016 and releasing their latest album “SALVATION” in April of this year. The joy was short-lasted, however. Since the vocalist George decided to withdraw from the band due to musical differences. Shocking news, since George was one of the driving forces behind the band when they just started out. The band says that there is no bad blood between them and George and wish him the best for the future, while they aim to rock on like normally with IPO.
“LOUD AND CLEAR” is a new concept tour project by tour organizer 33 Degrees, who plan to make this a reoccurring event. This first edition will be headlined by I Promised Once under the name “SALVATION TOUR EDITION”.
The tour will kick off on September 9 in Belgium, and end on September 15 in The Netherlands.
Saturday 8 September: Big Ass Metal Fest @ dB’s – Utrecht, The Netherlands
Sunday 9 September: Titans Club – Lens, Belgium
Monday 10 September: Red Studio – Doai, France
Tuesday 11 September: Le Klub – Paris, France
Wednesday 12 September: The Riveter – Nancy, France
Thursday 13 September: Backstage Club – Munich, Germany
Friday 14 September: Ponyhof – Frankfurt, Germany
Saturday 15 September: Willemeen – Arnhem, The Netherlands
Sunday 16 September: Q-Factory – Amsterdam, The Netherlands
For the ones who can’t make it to the Willemeen in Arnhem on September 15 but would like to see the band, there is a second and third option. Right before the start of LOUD AND CLEAR, I Promised Once will be a part of the Big Ass Metal Fest in Utrecht, held at Db’s on September 8. A day after the show in Arnhem, I Promised Once will perform in Amsterdam.
Source: 33 Degrees