Burnley’s Exit State are set to play their first hometown show in more than six months.
The Sanctuary is the venue and date you should be frantically loking for in your diary is Saturday, November 26th.
Doors are set to open at 9 p.m. and the lads will be supported by label mates Nightvision.
Doors open for the show at Sanctuary Rock Bar at 9 p.m. with Nightvision taking to the stage at 10 p.m. Entry is free with the bar open until 3 a.m.
Exit State have enjoyed an incredible 2011 with highlights including outstanding shows at Hard Rock Hell Road Trip in Ibiza along with an electrifying performance at Manchester’s SOS Festival as main support to rock legends GUN.
The band also secured a brand new worldwide record deal with Rocksector Records to release their second album “Black Veins”, an album which has received much critical and fan acclaim and has spawned the music video to “Check Out The Crazy” which is now enjoying heavy rotation on Kerrang TV’s primetime shows.
Frontman Roy Bright also branched out on his acting career during 2011, landing a lead role in Order 69, a sitcom about the early days of an indie-rock band being taken to the top by a sleazy manager. The pilot has been shot and the likelihood that the show will air on network TV in 2012 is very high.
The band’s year will be topped off perfectly with a performance on the second stage at the coveted Hard Rock Hell V Festival in Prestatyn, Wales, on Friday, December 2nd, alongside bands such as Ace Frehley (former guitarist with Kiss), Therapy?, Black Stone Cherry, Wolfsbane, Quireboys, Ginger Wildheart and Magnum to name but a few.
For more information on the band and future tour dates visit their website at www.exitstate.com