Enter Shikari finish recording new album

20:53 31 May 2014

Enter Shikari will play The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield on June 26

Enter Shikari will play The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield on June 26

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Enter Shikari have finished recording their new album – and fans heading to the band’s sold-out Hatfield gig in June might hear some of the results.

The group’s drummer, Rob Rolfe, took to Twitter this afternoon (Saturday) and tweeted that the band had completed the studio follow-up to top five smash A Flash Flood of Colour.

Rolfe, @enterrob, tweeted: “Finished recording the album today.”

The St Albans post-hardcore quartet will return to The Forum Hertfordshire, in Hatfield, for an exclusive festival warm-up show on Thursday, June 26.

Tickets for the gig sold out in under 24 hours.

And in response to a question whether fans at The Forum will hear any new tracks, Rolfe tweeted: “Mayyyybe”

Support at The Forum will come from Baby Godzilla and Roam.

* For the chance to win tickets to the Forum show, pick up a copy of this week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times, out now.

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