All-female power metal band Aldious were planning to tour Europe for the first time starting at the end of September, but that tour will be postponed. The good news with this bad news is that the new dates for the European tour have been announced directly with this postponement.
Tour organisation ORION Live explained that the tour had to be postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. The first European tour of Aldious has been rescheduled to March 2021 and the tickets for the previous dates will be honoured. The show in Paris will now take place at Trabendo instead of Petit Bain.
The tour dates are now as follows:
Wednesday 24 March 2201: The Underworld – London, United Kingdom
Thursday 25 March 2021: Trabendo – Paris, France
Saturday 27 March 2021: Roadrunners Paradise Club – Berlin, Germany
After recruiting their new vocalist R!N, they planned an international release for their first album in three years, titled Evoke 2010-2020, and made it complete with the announcement of this European tour. Things are going different for a bit, but for the time being the European tour remains planned.
The band from Osaka has been active since 2008, but since 2010 the band gained recognition in Japan’s metal scene. A decade later and Aldious are recognised as one of the original pioneers of the next generation of all-female metal bands. They’ve performed at various types of festival across Japan, including SUMMER SONIC, LOUD PARK and VISUAL JAPAN SUMMIT. For this year, they have been performing for the first time in the United States with a show at N.A.M.M. and with the European tour in prospect, it seems like the band is in a good flow. Aldious consists of vocalist R!N, guitarists Toki and Yoshi, bass player Sawa and drummer Marina. Their latest release, Evoke 2010-2020, consists of a collection of their songs that they released over the past decade with the vocals of the newest addition of the band, R!N.
All changes of Japan-related events and events where Japanese musicians are planned to perform are compiled in a list that you can find here. This list will be regularly updated.
Source: ORION Live