Heaven’s Basement + Glamour Of The Kill + The Dirty Youth


UK rockers HEAVEN’S BASEMENT announce a full headline tour of the UK & Europe for 2014. The “Welcome Home” tour will take in 34 shows in 15 countries, kicking off on March 14th in Norwich, England and ending in Bilbao, Spain on April 25th.

‘We’re heading out on our first ever full length European headline tour this March!” exclaims drummer Chris Rivers. “After having such a great time on the July UK headline tour, we’re looking forward to coming home and stepping things up even more on this one. “

Glamour of the Kill and The Dirty Youth will be support on all dates.

The band ‘s latest single “I Am Electric” was released earlier this week, and coincides with a reissue of their awesome, highly acclaimed debut “Filthy Empire” available now via Red Bull Records


Heaven’s Basement are about evolution, growth and reaching new heights. Defiance, risk taking, and self-challenge are the band’s hallmark.

“2012 will see us bust open the doors and unleash everything that Heaven’s Basement holds to stages across the UK and beyond”

Having toured across Europe playing hundreds upon hundreds of shows alongside bands such as Papa Roach, Shinedown, Buckcherry, Black Stone Cherry and appearing at festivals such as Sonisphere and Download; Heaven’s Basement are a band who’ve built their reputation on a setting Britain’s underground alight and then taking that energy to bigger stages across Europe.

“We’ve experienced so much in the relatively short and explosive time Heaven’s Basement has been around, we’re all from different backgrounds but there’s a potent chemistry that is created when we come together”

Their desire to leave an everlasting impression on rock music is fueled by one sole ambition between them; to reach the summit of their potential and to be regarded alongside the bands that inspired them.

“We’re proud to come from the country that has without doubt produced some of the greatest rock n roll bands of all time. There’s now a void that needs filling. Everything we do revolves around filling that void.”