Funeral for a Friend to play Ironworks , Inverness for the first time since 2008 on the 19th of June.

The Welsh band, in it’s twelve years and with it’s six albums, has not lost it’s edge and has established themselves as champions of Post-Hardcore with tracks that include ‘Roses for the Dead’, ‘History’ and ‘Streetcar’.

Indeed  their sixth, and latest, album ‘Conduit’ was described as “full of quality, from great riffs to infectious drum beats, to powerful choruses.” easy to see, especially with tracks such as  ‘Best Friends and Hospital Beds’ and ‘Nails’.

The recent addition of former Rise to Remain drummer, Pat Lundy to their ranks a move not gone unmissed by the critics “he propels these songs [from Conduit] with a youthful, aggression”.

With a massive line-up of gigs planned for the summer to promote the album, it promises to be a cracking night.

Tickets available via Ironworks on the 15th of March.

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