Motionless in White announce rescheduled Belfast show

motionlessinwhiteAmerican gothic metal band, Motionless in white has announced a rescheduled date for their anticipated Irish return at Mandela Hall, Belfast on Friday January 15th 2016.

The acclaimed band, described as a powerful force that easily stands out in the spectrum of aggressive music’ is enjoying its finest year to date, currently on an arena tour with Slipknot and set to embark on their very own headline world tour.

Motionless In White aren’t just a band, they’re a way of life. Since 2005 this Scranton, Pennsylvania based metalcore act have cultivated a hardcore following via their Gothic-inspired aggression and imagery and that buzz has reached fever pitch with the release of their third full-length Reincarnate. Fronted by malevolent mastermind Chris Motionless, Motionless In White are back with their strongest collection of songs yet, it seems as if there’s no stopping the act when it comes to what they can accomplish.

In fact in many ways this album marks a rebirth for a band who have spent nearly a decade in the trenches—and correspondingly songs like the massive-sounding title track are essentially a call to arms letting the world know that Motionless In White are back and stronger than ever. “I’m very proud of this band because we’ve spent years cultivating this sound and image and we’ve gone through hell and back to get to this point,” Chris explains. “I think the fans who just listened to us for specific surface reasons are gone and everyone who has stuck with us has formed a really special connection with all of us because they are the ones that relate to the music instead of following trends or what’s popular,” he adds.

Tickets on sale NOW from www.limelightbelfast.comwww.ticketmaster.ie Katy’s Bar & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. Northern Ireland customers 0844 277 44 55 & Republic of Ireland customers 0818 719 300. Tickets from original show remain valid for the new date. If you can’t make the new date, refunds are available from point of purchase.