Feb 142017


As previously announced, No Clean Singing is partnering with Invisible Oranges to co-present a series of events that many people thought would never happen: a visit to the U.S. by the UK doom legends Warning, performing their phenomenal 2006 comeback album Watching From A Distance in its entirety at a small number of exclusive locations. One of those performances will take place at the first annual Northwest Terror Fest in Seattle on June 17 (also co-sponsored by NCS), but the band’s first appearance on this trip will be at the 2017 edition of the Sound and Fury Fest.

This year Sound and Fury will take place at the Regent Theater in Los Angeles on June 9 and 10. A full line-up of confirmed bands can be found HERE, and the ticket pre-sale began earlier today.

Warning and their tour partners Young and In the Way will be performing on June 10, and the show will take place at 10:30 p.m. The pre-sale tickets for those performances are available at the reduced price of $15 (compared to $18) if you place your order here, and used the code FOOTPRINTS:


Sound and Fury Fest on Facebook:


After their appearance at Sound and Fury, Warning and YAITW will move north, performing in both San Francisco and Seattle (at NWTF). In October, Warning will return for a show in Baltimore at the first Days of Darkness Festival (presented by Maryland Deathfest) alongside Neurosis and Elder:

June 10 Los Angeles, CA Sound and Fury Festival
June 15 San Francisco, CA DNA Lounge
June 17 Seattle, WA Northwest Terror Festival
October 28/29 Baltimore, MD Days of Darkness Festival


  1. Any idea if the album is going to get a re-release, so that I can buy a copy (preferably digitally)? Alternatively, if it is currently available to buy digitally, any idea where? It doesn’t seem to be on Bandcamp, Amazon, iTunes, etc., at the moment.

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