Return for rock supergroup
After almost a decade away from the UK club scene, Dead Men Walking have finally returned, announcing a massive number of tour dates for fans and newcomers alike.
The British rock supergroup, founded by guitarist Kirk Brandon, will be playing at the Wedgewood Rooms in Portsmouth on Sunday, December 11.
Having released four live albums, back in 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2006, with their latest studio album, Easy Piracy, being released in May last year, the group are now making somewhat of a comeback to the live music scene.
Dead Men Walking will be performing two sets on the night, boasting a legendary multi-national line-up.
Kirk Brandon will be joined by Jake Burns, the well-known frontman of Stiff Little Fingers, as well as Segs and Ruffy from The Ruts, who will be doing the vocals, percussion and acoustic bass.
The band has had many notable guest musicians in the past - Lemmy from Motorhead, Mick Jones from Gorillaz and Derek Forbes from Simple Minds, to name just a few.
Tickets will cost £18 for all ages; however, under-14s must be accompanied on the night by someone over the age of 18.
For more information, or to book tickets, people can visit wedgewoodrooms.co.uk.