Saturday 25th February - O2 Academy 3, Birmingham.
In the middle of a strong, 5-band lineup, we support Swedish metal legends Eternal Fear as they launch their upcoming album (Killing Time).
Tickets available from the band @ £6 each (the O2 site adds a £1.05 booking fee!)
Doors @ 6:45pm
Friday 12th May - Scruffy Murphys, Birmingham.
Supporting heavy metal band 'Vice' on their UK tour. Let us once again enter the sweaty dungeon of Scruffys to bring some classic metal!!!
Friday 14th July - The Arches, Coventry (w/ Hi On Maiden)
Supporting the mighty Hi On Maiden at the Arches in Coventry. Can't wait to open up for these guys again at the excellent Arches venue in Coventry.
Doors @ 7pm
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Disarm Goliath are a high octane, balls to the wall heavy metal band. Hailing from the West Midlands, England (the birth place of heavy metal) the band was formed by bass player Steve Surch.
The band released their debut album 'Only The Devil Can Stop Us' through their own mini label in 2001. The album was successfully re-released on vinyl in the summer of 2007 and has sold well across Europe.
Disarm Goliath have two mini tours of the USA under their belts with one show being at the famous 'Whiskey A Go Go' on Hollywood's sunset strip.
The band burst in to 2009 with renewed strength and confidence as they welcomed to their ranks the amazing vocal talents of Steve 'The Banshee' Bell, and the axe wielding powers of guitarist Anthony Ellis.
2012 saw the band release their 'Born to Rule' album which helped cement their place as a formidable force on the UK underground metal scene. The album was also released on limited edition vinyl via Pure Steel Records.
Now in 2016, the Midlands riff machine is once again firing on all cylinders as Disarm Goliath prepare to release their Latest offering 'Wisdom & War'.
Featuring 9 molten metal anthems that will get the blood pumping, hearts racing and many heads banging, 'Wisdom & War' is a true metal monster.
If you thought that heavy metal was just about screaming vocals, loud guitars and thundering bass and drums... You would be right.