KATATONIA Come Off Hiatus With Mini-Tour Celebrating Night Is The New Day
Katatonia initially went on hiatus to "re-evaluate the band" in 2018, and now they've begun their return to the world. Katatonia has announced a reissue of their 2009 record Night Is The New Day with new cover art from long-time collaborator Travis Smith, a hi-res 5.1 remix by The Pineapple Thief's Bruce Soord, and new liner notes by renowned journalist Dom Lawson.
Katatonia has also announced a handful of European tour dates celebrating the record for May.
The umbral machinery known as Katatonia is starting to make its first moves after an idle year of stillness. We will begin our return with a celebration of our album "Night is the New Day" which turns 10 years now in 2019.
For the album’s 10th anniversary Peaceville are set to release a deluxe edition of this classic album on 17th May 2019, and to further commemorate this dark gem, we will return to the live arena to play "Night is the New Day" in its entirety at six select club shows in Europe in May.
20th May – Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, Rockhal
21st May – Cologne, Germany, Live Music Hall
22nd May – Berlin, Germany, Columbia Theater
23rd May – Hamburg, Germany, Gruenspan
24th May – Vosselaar, Belgium, Biebob
25th May – London, United Kingdom, Islington Assembly Hall
No word on if the band's lineup changed at all during the hiatus. Pre-order the reissue of Night Is The New Day here.