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HECK (F.K.A Baby Godzilla) – New Name, New Tour, New Track!

HECK (F.K.A Baby Godzilla) announce new single and a UK tour that will likely destroy venues all over the country. We are excited!

Band Promo

Band Promo

So Baby Godzilla were known as probably the craziest live band in the UK, with their simply insane performances, and were gathering quite a name for themselves and then suddenly … They vanished.

Their online pages disappeared and nobody knew what had happened. Well it turns out a Japanese cinema giant (not Godzilla, but the company who owned the copyright) feared the Nottingham four piece and forced them to change their name. So, here we are today – same band, same insane live shows,  just a new name. The band now go by HECK and they are announcing not only new music but also a full UK tour!

New single ‘The Breakers’ will be released digitally on October 30th through new label NPAG Industries and as you probably guessed it is an incessant slice of noise, brutal riffs and pure insanity. Did you really expect anything less?

If that wasn’t enough the band have also announced a full UK tour, alongside an appearance on the UK run of the Warped Tour. Dates are below and tickets are on-sale now from the bands’ website. Get on it!

September

26th –  Brighton – Racecourse Breakout Fest

October

2nd – London – Scala
18th – London – Alexandra Palace (Vans Warped UK)
31st – Bristol – Exchange

November

1st – Bournemouth – Burnout Festival
2nd – Plymouth – The Junction
3rd – Cardiff – Globe
4th – Stoke – Underground
5th – Glasgow  – Audio
6th – Carlisle – The Brickyard
7th – Huddersfield – The Parish
8th – Leeds – Key Club
10th – Birmingham – Cellar
11th – St Albans – Horn
12th – Derby – Venue
13th – Leicester – Soundhouse
14th – Burnley – Sanctuary Rock Bar
28th – London – Dr. Martens’ Stand For Something Tour (w/ Bury Tomorrow)

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