The world might have changed a lot since the band emerged, kicking and screaming, back in 1999 but you’d be forgiven for thinking time had stood still given the lineup which My Vitriol find themselves part of on this trip around the block. Headlining is Hundred Reasons (who are about to edge out MV’s 15 year album gap with their own 16-years-later effort), who return the favour after a version of the band (Undead Raisins) supported My Vitriol at their 2017 London date and Hell Is For Heroes are also along for the party.
As can be expected, tickets to catch My Vitriol are limited at some dates, but the majority of nights still have some on sale. The tour kicks off in Leeds at the end of this week and the full tour itinerary is shown below. Given that their last London date packed in both albums in full, clocking up over 30 tracks in total, we would expect a briefer offering from My Vitriol on this occasion, but a shorter hits set is more than capable of packing the punch we have missed over the last half decade.