''Our fans have been asking for a headline tour and we felt that it would be unfair to hold off until 2019," says Gill. ''We also really wanted to get on the road again so we're really excited to get back out and play live.''
After forming in March 2009, the AC/DC, Motorhead and Iron Maiden-influenced threesome released debut album Haulin' Ass in 2010. A succession of prestigious support slots saw them touring with the likes of Europe and Black Star Riders, and performing at festivals including Bloodstock, Steelhouse and Hard Rock Hell. Along the way, second album, Game On, was recorded and released.
''We've had such a great reception to Born To Break, and it's all down to our fans for buying the album and coming out to support us when we play live,'' Gill says. ''We promise that these forthcoming shows will be very special indeed."