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"Awesome show"
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Attila, Rescue Rooms, Nottingham - 3rd April 2017

It was a great night. Awesome music and great show.

Posted by Ryan J on 04/04/2017

"Killed it. Would see them again."
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Attila, Y Plas, Cardiff - 17th November 2019

Been a fan for years. First time seeing em. Amazing show. Get em back in cardiff sooner rather than later.

Posted by Gareth Deacon on 18/11/2019

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Attila, Electric Ballroom, London - 7th April 2017

Best concert ive been so far, the sound was way better than a lot of other venues ive been, came all the way from norwich, definately worth the trip!! Sick show!

Posted by Dark on 08/04/2017

"Truly Amazing"
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Attila, Electric Ballroom, London - 7th April 2017

An amazing performance as always ! Great sound quality with audience interaction and participation. Awesome delivery of great music by a great band.

Posted by Hayley on 08/04/2017

"Epic Night!"
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Attila, Rescue Rooms, Nottingham - 3rd April 2017

All 3 bands were epic! Absolutely amazing night! Recommend seeing Carcer City, The word alive and Attila as all were sick!

Posted by Ollie on 04/04/2017

Fresh from unleashing their latest slab of unapologetically brutal party beats, ATTILA are ready to bring the CHAOS to the UK. See ATTILA when they hit the UK for their autumn tour. They stop to play at Y Plas in Cardiff, Newcastle Riverside, Manchester Academy 2 and Electric Ballroom in London during November 2019.

Excitement is already high and still rising as is the demand, so make sure you do not hang about and book your tickets for ATTILA before they are all snatched up. Fortunately, placing your order with Gigantic is made easy as your purchase can be made 24/7 at home or on the go using your smartphone, tablet or computer.

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When the guys set out to name their newly formed band, they knew they were looking for a simple, one word name that didn’t imply the typical death metal cliché terms such as “blood, dying, and darkness.” One day they found themselves in a bookstore passing around a book about Attila the Hun, and so Attila was born.

Over the years Attila has gone through a few lineup changes, but founding members Fronz and Sean have remained a constant staple. For the past two years, the band has consisted of Fronz (vocals), Nate (guitar), Chris (guitar), Sean (drums) and Chris (bass). This lineup really brought together Attila’s sound and image that they are known for today. The band began touring full time and as of summer 2010, has been on the road almost non-stop for two years.

Attila released two prior albums, Fallacy and Soundtrack To A Party, on Statik Factory Records, and have previously toured with Arsonists Get All The Girls, See You Next Tuesday, Chelsea Grin, American Me, and We Are The End. RAGE, Attila’s Artery Recording/Razor & Tie debut was released on May 11, 2010, and is a unique mix of heavy music infused with elements that make each song fun to listen to and put the listener in the mood to party. “The title can be perceived in many ways, one obviously being a state of extreme anger, and the other being the slang meaning - to party! I have always been a fan of play-on-words and double meanings, and that’s what drew me to this title more than anything,” Fronz commented.

While Attila certainly evokes thoughts of partying, the band is trying to expand the public’s immediate thoughts about party metalcore through RAGE. They describe the album and their overall take on music as a way of letting loose and having fun, and allowing the listener to take away that message in whatever context they find fitting. As Fronz said, “All we want is for the listener to have a fun experience, and that is the main message behind RAGE.”

As ever, we only have limited stocks of ATTILA concert tickets being made available by the event organisers so you will have to ensure you book as soon as they are released or else it is highly likely you will miss out. With more essential gig tickets being added everyday plus an excellent customer services team on hand to help with every enquiry, award winning ticket vendor Gigantic should always be your first call whenever you are booking for your big night out.

Artist Bio

Due to scheduling conflicts, the Attila UK tour has been rescheduled to February/March 2015. All tickets purchased remain valid for the new dates and venues.

Heavy music has gotten so goddamn serious in the past decade. Instead of cracking open a few beers, raising their fists, hollering at chicks, and having a good time, so many bands choose to whine about their hearts and their hair. Where’s the fun in that? Thankfully, Atlanta’s Attila haven’t forgotten how to party on their fifth full-length album and third for Artery Recordings/Razor & Tie, About That Life. Boasting brutal grooves and a whole lot of bravado, this is metal at its most raw, raucous, and ratchet. The quintet”Chris “Fronz” Fronzak [lead vocals], Chris Link [guitar], Nate Salameh [guitar], Sean Heenan [drums], and Kalan Blehm [bass]”incorporate hip-hop flavour into head-crushing riffs for an intoxicating sonic brew. You can jump in the pit or shake your ass to it”at the same time.

Attila definitely know how to party. After forming in 2005, they rose through the ranks to solidify their status as the ultimate purveyors of “party metal”. Their explosive live presence made them a fan favourite worldwide as they've shared the stage with everyone from Asking Alexandria and As I Lay Dying to Suicide Silence and Iwrestledabearonce. Their fourth effort, 2011's Outlawed, hit #7 on the Billboard Independent Albums Chart, #8 on the Hard Music Chart, and #87 on the Billboard Top 200 upon its debut. Overall, they've sold over 60,000 records so far. However, they’re primed for much bigger things to come now.

Attila will play Manchester Club Academy and London Electric Ballroom as part of their UK tour in February 2015.

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