Venom Prison Reschedule Early 2021 Tour Dates to October

UK Death Metal leaders Venom Prison have opted to move their previously scheduled early 2021 tour dates to October 2021 due to COVID-19. Direct support will continue to come from special guests Creeping Death and Leeched. All ticket holders’ current tickets will be valid for dates later in the year. The band recently released their album Primeval (Prosthetic Records) and we recently interviewed vocalist Larissa Stupar for our podcast which you can check out here.

Original tickets remain valid for the new dates, and can be bought via


Dates now line up as follows:

04.10.21 Germany Karlsruhe @ Stadtmitte

05.10.21 Germany Hannover @ Faust

06.10.21 Germany Hamburg @ Hafenklang

07.10.21 Germany Kassel @ Goldgrube

08.10.21 Germany Leipzig @ Naumanns

09.10.21 Czech Rep Ostrava @ Barrak Music Club

10.10.21 Germany Berlin @ Cassiopeia

11.10.21 Poland Warsaw @ Pogłos

12.10.21 Austria Vienna @ Viper Room

13.10.21 Germany München @ Backstage

14.10.21 Switzerland Aarau @ Kiff

15.10.21 Netherlands Tilburg @ Little Devil

16.10.21 Germany Essen @ Cafe Nova

17.10.21 Belgium Hasselt @ Muziekodroom

19.10.21 UK Birmingham @ Mama Roux

20.10.21 UK Leeds @ Key Club

21.10.21 UK Bristol @ The Fleece

22.10.21 UK Glasgow @ G2

23.10.21 UK Manchester @ Rebellion

24.10.21 UK Nottingham @ Rescue Rooms

25.10.21 UK London @ Underworld

26.10.21 UK Southampton @ Joiners


VENOM PRISON recently released Primeval, an 11-track album featuring re-recordings of tracks from early EPs, Defy The Tyrant and The Primal Chaos, as well as two brand new tracks. The first song unveiled was a re-working of Defy The Tyrant, followed by Daemon Vulgaris, and then new song Slayer Of Holofernes, a nod to the band’s future direction and described by Kerrang! as, “an overwhelming torrent of riffs, and a captivating chorus that sounds like it’s emanating from a lake of fire.”


Since 2016, VENOM PRISON have gone from strength to strength; debut full length Animus catapulted them into the consciousness and record collections of discerning death metal fans the world over. Their follow up release in 2019, Samsara, solidified them as a serious force to be reckoned with in the world of metal, paving the way for a string of high profile shows and festival slots around the globe. On Primeval, VENOM PRISON revisit the earliest days of the band, capturing the same intensity and visceral energy they possessed from day one and adding an additional layer of sophistication to their sound by re-recording, re-mixing, and re-mastering those old favourites.