Popular 90s group are back to rock the Junction on Sunday with their latest and greatest
Hit California rockers Alien Ant Farm are celebrating the 15th anniversary of their multi-platinum release ANThology with a month-long tour of the UK and Europe, and they’ll be stopping by at Cambridge Junction on 17 January. It’s the first time the band has played the entire ANThology album live, and lead singer Dryden Mitchell claims that “we’ve waited 15 years to do this and we will not disappoint.”
In their 20-year history, the band, variously dubbed alternative, indie and nu metal, have had four hit singles and a Grammy nomination. Two of their best known tracks came from ANThology: Movies, and most famously, a cover of Michael Jackson’s Smooth Criminal, and the album itself sold more than five million copies worldwide. On the back of their latest release Always and Forever in early 2015, they won’t be slowing down any time soon.
Support on the night is from English alt rock Essex band InMe and The Dirty Youth from South Wales. Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are £18.50 in advance.