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Beartooth have rescheduled their upcoming show at London Wembley Arena following the closure of Brixton Academy.

The metal band are due to embark on a UK tour in March, finishing in Brixton on March 19.

Now that the South London venue is closed until April, the concert was expanded to the 12,000 capacity Wembley Arena.

Find additional concert tickets here and see the band’s statement on the venue change below.

The news that Brixton Academy will remain closed for the foreseeable future was announced on Friday (January 13).

The closure comes after two deaths caused by an audience clash at an Asake concert last month. The incident happened when people outside the venue managed to invade the show, leading to overcrowding and cancellation of the concert midway through.

Rebecca Ikumelo, 33, died in hospital on December 17, and Gabby Hutchinson, 23, died on December 19. The third participant, aged 21, remains in hospital in critical condition.

It emerged on 22 December that Brixton Academy’s license could be suspended following the incident, and the institution was later ordered to remain closed until 16 January. Now Academy Music Group (AMG), which runs the venue, has said it will remain closed while several investigations continue.

Beartooth, meanwhile, released new single ‘Riptide’ last summer and told NME how he was inspired by musicians such as BTS, Ariana Grande and the Backstreet Boys.

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The new track represents a “clean slate” for the group, vocalist Caleb Shomo said NME. Discussing the 2020 album Below, he said: “As much as I loved that record and it was important to my life and career, it was absolutely the most depressing and sad work I’ve ever done.”

Beartooth have rescheduled their upcoming show at London Wembley Arena following the closure of Brixton Academy.

The metal band are due to embark on a UK tour in March, finishing in Brixton on March 19.

Now that the South London venue is closed until April, the concert was expanded to the 12,000 capacity Wembley Arena.

Find additional concert tickets here and see the band’s statement on the venue change below.

The news that Brixton Academy will remain closed for the foreseeable future was announced on Friday (January 13).

The closure comes after two deaths caused by an audience clash at an Asake concert last month. The incident happened when people outside the venue managed to invade the show, leading to overcrowding and cancellation of the concert midway through.

Rebecca Ikumelo, 33, died in hospital on December 17, and Gabby Hutchinson, 23, died on December 19. The third participant, aged 21, remains in hospital in critical condition.

It emerged on 22 December that Brixton Academy’s license could be suspended following the incident, and the institution was later ordered to remain closed until 16 January. Now Academy Music Group (AMG), which runs the venue, has said it will remain closed while several investigations continue.

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Beartooth, meanwhile, released new single ‘Riptide’ last summer and told NME how he was inspired by musicians such as BTS, Ariana Grande and the Backstreet Boys.

The new track represents a “clean slate” for the group, vocalist Caleb Shomo said NME. Discussing the 2020 album Below, he said: “As much as I loved that record and it was important to my life and career, it was absolutely the most depressing and sad work I’ve ever done.”