Nu-Metal rising stars BLIND CHANNEL release new album EXIT EMOTIONS

Finnish chart-topping nu-metal stars BLIND CHANNEL have released their new album, Exit Emotions via Century Media Records. Riding high on the success of the record’s lead-off single DEADZONE, which is currently #26 on US Active Rock Airplay Charts, and their freshly released feature XOXO with From Ashes To New, the Finnish sextet is ecstatic to finally reveal their highly anticipated 5th long-player.

The band shares about the album:
“Exit Emotions is our most international sounding record, since aside Finland the songwriting process took place in Berlin, London, and Los Angeles. We worked with Zakk Cervini, Dan Lancaster, Johnny Andrews, RORY, From Ashes to New and Jason Aalon Butler from Fever 333. These collaborations helped us develop our sound, without losing the ingredients that make us Blind Channel. It’s the first album we’ve approached from a live perspective, showcasing the raw energy of our live shows. Everything is heavier, from the tuning of our instruments to the topics we’re screaming about.

Everything began on one of our European tours, when we came across a shady underground club, filled with aggressive music, red flashing lights and people having the time of their lives. Spikeballs were hanging from the ceiling and exit signs were glowing in the surrounding darkness. That’s when it hit us. This was a place where people would come to exit their emotions and live in the moment. That’s what we want to offer with this album and the upcoming live shows.”

Fans in both Europe and the US will get the chance to soon experience the Finnish full force live: In addition to their extensive Exit Emotions European headlining tour with GHØSTKID & rock band from hell – which will see them headlining in 30 cities throughout Europe in March and April – the band announces new US tour dates for April and May, supporting nu-metal legends P.O.D and Bad Wolves on the “I GOT THAT TOUR 2024”. See below for the complete list of European dates:

Spring 2024 Headlining European Tour

March 21 – Oberhausen, GER @ Turbinenhalle 2
March 22 – Hamburg, GER @ Markthalle
March 23 – Berlin, GER @ Columbia Theater
March 24 – Leipzig, GER @ Felsenkeller
March 26 – Stuttgart, GER @ Im Wizemann
March 27 – Munich, GER @ Backstage Werk
March 28 – Frankfurt, GER @ Batschkapp
March 29 – Bristol, ENG @ Thekla
March 30 – Wolverhampton, ENG @ KK’s Steelmill
March 31 – Glasgow, SCT @ Garage
April 2 – Manchester, ENG @ Club Academy / AC 2
April 3 – Nottingham, ENG @ Rescue Rooms
April 4 – London, ENG @ La Scala / E.B.
April 5 – Antwerp, BEL @ Zappa
April 6 – Amsterdam, NL @ Melkweg Max
April 8 – Paris, FR @ La Machine Du Moulin Rouge
April 9 – Zurich, CH @ Dynamo
April 11 – Bilbao, ESP @ Santana 27
April 12 – Madrid, ESP @ La Paqui
April 13 – Barcelona, ESP @ Apolo /Razzmatazz 2
April 15 – Milan, IT @ Alcatraz
April 16 – Vienna, AT @ Szene
April 17 – Prague, CZ @ Meet Factory
April 18 – Wroclaw, POL @ Zaklete Rewiry
April 19 – Warsaw, POL @ Proxima
April 20 – Gdansk, POL @ Parlament
April 22 – Copenhagen, DK @ Pumpehuset
April 23 – Stockholm, SWE @ Nalen Klubb / Nalen
April 24 – Oslo, NOR @ John Dee
April 27 – Tampere, FI @ Nokia Arena


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