After their recent Eurovision performance at Liverpool Arena, German gothic metal band Lord Of The Lost have upgraded their Manchester gig.

The genre-bending band will now perform at Manchester Academy 2 to meet a surge in demand from new fans.

Lord Of The Lost were originally set to headline at Manchester Academy 3, but will now be at the larger capacity Academy 2 in September.

Juggling elements of metal, industrial, glam, rock and pop, the group have kept reinventing themselves both musically and visually, leading to rising national and international success.  Lord Of The Lost are hitting the UK on the back of their release album Blood & Glitter which hit the number one spot in the German album charts after only six-days of pre-order.

In 2022 they joined the legendary Iron Maiden on tour, taking in 18 shows across 16 different countries before a sold out six week Homecoming Tour across the continent which sold out almost entirely.

Lord of the Lost will be joined at their Manchester show by special guests Esoterica. With four studio albums under their belts, as well as multiple arena tours supporting acclaimed artists and countless slots at some of the most prestigious festivals in Europe, the London-based alternative hard-rock band blend big choruses and enormous guitars with classic analogue synthesisers and punchy drums to create a signature sound.

When do Lord Of The Lost headline at Manchester Academy 2?

Lord Of The Lost headline at Manchester Academy 2 on 29 September 2023.