SIKTH TO LET FANS DECIDE SET LIST ON UPCOMING UK SHOWS


Legendary British prog-metallers SikTh return with their original line up, 20 years after the release of their first EP, for two exclusive shows in November. Support comes from Palm Reader.
 
With just over three months to go, the band have invited fans to pick their favourite songs for the band to include in their set list.
 


“We have decided to let our fans vote for what songs they want us to play for our upcoming Manchester and London shows.” Says frontman Mikee Goodman. “Everyone gets to choose fourteen songs, including a bunch that have never been played live before, and the most popular will end up in the set.”
 
“We want these shows to be a unique experience for all SikTh fans and are making every effort to make them the best shows we have ever played.”
 
Place your vote here: https://sikth.co.uk/setlist-vote/  
 
Dual vocalists Mikee Goodman and Justin Hill, guitarists Dan Weller and Graham Pinney, bassist James Leach and drummer/percussionist Dan Foord reunite for the first time in over six years. Catch them at the following shows:
 
Action! Presents SikTh in November 2022:
Fri 25     Manchester    Academy 2
Sat 26    London           Electric Ballroom
 
Tickets are available from http://myticket.co.uk/artists/sikth      
 
Over the course of three albums, four EPs and a host of international touring, SikTh have established themselves as one of the most influential bands to come from the UK, adored by fans and other artists alike. The reunification of the original line up will be enthusiastically welcomed, and the shows promise to be unmissable celebrations of the band’s 20+ years.
 


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