All Forgotten UK Tour
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All Forgotten UK Tour

All Forgotten hit the road on a headline tour along with support Not Advised.

25th October @ Moho Live, Manchester
1st Nov @ Islington Academy2 London

All Forgotten are a five piece alternative rock band, based in Surrey, UK and having been around for just over four years, the band is really making a stir in the music scene.

Recording was the turning point for All Forgotten and when the band released their two songs ‘At a Guess I’m Second Best’ and ‘I’m Not Bitter, This Shows I Care’ (recorded at Stake Out) they soon became a hit on MySpace generating over 450,000 plays in 2008. They then embarked on their first ever UK tour in February with pop punk heavyweights You Me At Six.

In 2008 they started their adventures with a bang – opening the famous Slam Dunk Festival in Leeds. From then on they have been touring on various headline/co-headline/support tours and selling out many venues including the Camden Barfly in London, The Boileroom in Guildford, and a few local venues where they live. In June, they returned to the studio to record their next single, ‘Fatigue’ which racked up over a thousand plays a day on MySpace and now has over 150,000 plays alone.

July 2008, the band set off on another UK tour with screamo band ‘We Are The Ocean’ playing mostly sold out academy 2 venues and the famous sold out Islington Academy. With lots of industry hype around them, All Forgotten continued to tour as much as possible. In September of ‘08 they joined forces with ‘Forever The Sickest Kids’ on their first ever tour in England.
The band have since continued to progress on to bigger and better things; winning the Ernie Ball Battle of the bands to play the London Astoria on the Taste of Chaos ‘08 tour with Story of the Year, As I Lay Dying and Atreyu, and were also picked to support You Me At Six at a sold out Leeds University show in front of almost 2,000 punters.

2009 has vowed to be even more exciting and is already turning out to be one hell of a year for All Forgotten. In January the band went on tour with American metal-heads ‘Escape the Fate’ playing to sold out venues and received a very positive response every night. The band is now stronger than ever with a tight and energetic live set, catchy, heavy songs to back it up and a dedicated fan base. Since the tour, All Forgotten stepped foot inside Outhouse Studios (Reading) to record with producer/ engineer Matt O’Grady.
The band put up a song from that EP onto their MySpace page entitled ‘Love From A Mother.’ For the first few days the boys were getting over 6,000 plays a day and have had over 100,000 on that song racking up almost 900,000 plays overall.

Since then, the band have toured the UK again twice with good friends Deaf Havana and Canterbury and have just release the new EP ‘Transitions’ which came out at the end of July.

'Transitions' is the perfect release for a band of this caliber, as it defines who they are and definitely shows the potential they have. All Forgotten are able to grab you hard and won't let go until you realise how amazing these songs are. Thankfully they are, as they hit you suddenly and don't let give you time to rest to the very end.

4.5/5 -Alter The Press

'Transitions' is one of the best UK band's EPs released in quite some time. It does everything you'd expect from bands of this type and then some more on top of it. It outperforms most of their US peers too. Exciting stuff and I think, no, I know, we will be hearing much, much more from this band.

4/5 – Punktastic

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