Soundsphere magazine and Armalyte Records launch UK-wide industrial music tour in May

By Editor
By March 24, 2011 December 29th, 2021 Features

UK alt-label Armalyte Records and Soundsphere magazine are joining forces to co-promote ‘The Incineratour’ triple-headline tour, featuring three of the UK’s most brutal Industrial bands; Concrete Lung, Je$us Loves Amerika and Digicore.


With crossover acts such as Pendulum, Enter Shikari and Mindless Self Indulgence gaining massive support from both the public and the media alike, The Incineratour represents the very best of UK alt-culture. Sharing a similar ideological headspace and D.I.Y. aesthetic, each band on the bill has a distinct sound that best reflects the exciting, vibrant diversity of the UK Industrial scene.

Concrete Lung


Following the release of their ‘Waste Of Flesh’ EP last year, CONCRETE LUNG gained both glowing reviews and the opportunity to play alongside such seminal acts as Frontline Assembly, Young Gods and Project Pitchfork. The recent release of their debut album, ‘Versions Of Hell’ has seen CONCRETE LUNG shift their sound to an even more oppressive, grindcore influenced assault that is being championed by the likes of Terrorizer and Rock Sound.


For fans of – Godflesh, Napalm Death, Extreme Noise Terror.



Je$us Loves Amerika


After several years in the wilderness, JLA announced their return recently with a rabble-rousing hometown gig supporting Nitzer Ebb in Glasgow. Unveiling a new line-up and an even more acerbic, aggro-political edge to their furious EBM sound, the band are currently hard at work on album #2, and are rumoured to be on the verge of re-releasing their phenomenal ‘Advanced Burial Technology’ debut.


For fans of – Front 242, Public Enemy, The Shamen.






Hailing from the historic city of York, Digicore come armed with effortlessly crafted, blisteringly brilliant tunes. Promising a vibrant, powerful and gritty live show, this energetic and hard-hitting alternative metal foursome wield technical precision and diverse, genre-bending mix of cutting electronic sounds and raw rock instrumentation, ‘Without Freedom’ , their rabble-rousing new album deftly combines gabber beats, punk invective and a hardcore mentality to vicious effect.

For fans of – Atari Teenage Riot, Pitchshifter, Pendulum.





Thursday, 19 May 2011 – Newcastle – Hyem (free)

Friday, 20 May 2011 – Peterborough – Club Revolution


Saturday, 21 May 2011 – London – Electrowerkz


Thursday, 26 May 2011 – York – Stereo


Friday, 27 May 2011 – Glasgow – Classic Grand



For further information please contact:

gileZ Moorhouse – Armalyte Records / [email protected] /

Dom Smith – Soundsphere Magazine / [email protected] /

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