Enter Shikari have announced a new live album, recorded in London earlier this year, as well as their final London gig for 2016.
‘Live at Alexandra Palace’, which captures the band performing to 9000 people at their sold-out 27 February show, is released just days after they support Bring Me The Horizon at the O2 Arena on 31 October.
The Halloween show, which marks the first time the bands share a non-festival bill since Las Vegas in 2010, is Enter Shikari’s last UK performance before they get off the road to start work on their next album.
‘Live at Alexandra Palace’, due for release on 4 November and the sixth instalment in the group’s ‘Bootleg Series’, was edited and mixed by Rory Clewlow and Tim Morris, who engineered their albums ‘A Flash Flood Of Colour’ and ‘The Mindsweep’ and is their live monitors engineer.
It was originally intended for DVD release but, due to a technical hitch on the night, the only song filmed was ‘Redshift’.