WELSH post-hardcore rockers Funeral for a Friend will be paying a visit to Inverness venue The Ironworks in June.
The Bridgend band have announced their appearance in the Highland Capital on Wednesday 19th June and tickets for the over-14s show are available now from the venue box office.
Formed in 2001, the band’s line-up comprises lead vocalist Matthew Davies-Kreye, guitarist Kris Coombs-Roberts, guitarist Gavin Burrough, bassist Richard Boucher and drummer Pat Lundy.
Funeral for a Friend’s popularity rose in the United Kingdom with the release of their debut album, Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation in 2003, providing the band with both a gold certification and three top 20 singles.
Follow ups Hours (2005) and Tales Don’t Tell Themselves (2007) showed an evolution in Funeral for a Friend’s musical style as the group began to favour more melodic rock influences. These albums achieved gold and silver sales certificates respectively in the UK. Funeral for a Friend self-released their fourth album, Memory and Humanity (2008), through their short-lived record label Join Us, while most recent releases Welcome Home Armageddon (2011) and Conduit (2013) show the band returning to the metal and hardcore influenced style of their earlier work.