Slaves are bringing their no-nonsense brand of punk rock to town with a performance at Parr Hall in December.
Already known as one of the UK’s most ferocious live acts, the band will be bringing their a-game to Warrington when they perform on Monday 9 December.
The Kent duo were due to headline Stage 2 of this year’s Neighbourhood Weekender but pulled out as the birth of band member Laurie Vincent’s second child was imminent.
At the time, Laurie told fans: “I hope you understand family comes first. There’s only one shot at this.
“Hopefully there will be plenty more rock shows in Warrington in future though.”
The band stayed true to their word.
Expect big riffs, bigger beats and the sense of beer-hurling mayhem that has followed the band from their earliest shows in Tunbridge Wells boozers to the main stages at major European and US festivals.
Tickets are on sale now; visit parrhall.culturewarrington.org or call Box Office on 01925 44234.