Sean Ingram of Coalesce Talks European Tour Details
The mathematical madness and hardcore fury known as Coalesce have announced dates for their first ever European tour. Last year Coalesce had to cancel their appearance at Hellfest in France due to job requirements that were nailed down and couldn't be broken, but this is the year that Coalesce will finally make their way over seas.
When asked what kind of set list European fans can expect, vocalist Sean Ingram told Noisecreep, "Well, we know they want to see an hour of you or they get pissed, so we are pulling out 25 songs for our sets. We are a little worried if we can physically last that long, but we'll be working hard to meet what we feel are going to be their demands. We are going to play some older songs we think they might want to see for half the set, and then ox for the other half. No covers, we want to hit them with as much of our material as possible. They've been begging us to come to Europe for almost a decade, we want to be kind and deliver a great show for them."
Sean hopes that this won't be the only overseas jaunt for the band. "I want to do a Japan trip so bad I can't stand it. I want to see Japan more than anything and seriously pray that opportunity presents itself." Sean Ingram said. The European tour dates are set, but as of right now no US tour dates have been booked. All overseas fans should plan to bring their A game because Coalesce is bringing theirs. Oh, and things might get broke when Coalesce play; it kind of always happens.