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Hell is for Heroes tickets

Hell is for Heroes Tickets

Hell is for Heroes plus guests Concorde 2, Brighton
Thursday 7th June 2018
Hell Is For Heroes came to the fore with their incredible debut album ‘The Neon Handshake’ which pawned the singles ‘I Can Climb Mountains’, ‘You Drove Me To It’, ‘Night Vision’ and ‘Retreat’. Their success continued with further LPs Transmit Disrupt and their third eponymously titled release before splitting in 2007.

Now they are back with their original line up, and you can catch them at Concorde 2 at Brighton on Thursday 7th of June 2018.

Excitement is already high and still rising as is the demand, so make sure you do not hang about and book your tickets for Hell Is For Heroes 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.



This UK post hardcore rock band was formed in London, England, in 2000 by Will McGonagle (guitar) and Joe Birch (drums) following the dissolution of their former band, the heavily hyped but under performing Symposium. Joined by Justin Schlosberg (vocals), Tom O’Donohue (guitar), and James Finlay (bass), the quintet took their name from a 1962 war movie starring Steve McQueen. They released the limited edition double a-side ‘Sick/Happy’/‘Cut Down’ through Superior Quality Recordings in June 2001, and shortly afterwards signed a major label recording contract with Chrysalis Records. The quintet decamped to Los Angeles to record their debut album, which took its unusual moniker from a phrase coined by Birch to describe the city’s shallow culture. The release of the album was delayed for several months, by which time fellow UK rock revivalists Hundred Reasons had stolen some of Hell Is For Heroes thunder with the release of their own highly acclaimed debut album. Nevertheless, The Neon Handshake received uniformly excellent reviews when it was finally released in February 2003. The video for the single ‘You Drove Me To It’ was the first ever promo to incorporate ‘red dot’ digital interactive television technology.

Now you know, be sure to book your Hell Is For Heroes concert tickets before they sell out quickly - especially as we only have limited amounts being made available. Offering a wide selection of essential gig tickets plus excellent customer service helping you make your choice, Gigantic were appointed ‘Retail Business of the Year 2017’ by the Nottingham Post. We know 2018 will be an even better year as we continue to assist our customers in planning and enjoying their big night out!

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