Two of the biggest names in rock music, Bad Omens and Babymetal, will come together for a co-headline show at France’s Zénith Toulouse Métropole on June 23. This show will follow both bands’ performances at this year’s Download Festival, which promises to be one of the most anticipated rock festivals in the world. Bad Omens are set to headline the second stage on Friday, while Babymetal will take centre stage on Saturday. Fans can purchase tickets for this epic event starting Wednesday, February 14, at 10 am.
Bad Omens have been making waves lately, having recently wrapped up a highly successful European tour with Poppy, who featured on their latest single, ‘V.A.N.’ Poppy joined the band on stage each night to perform the song, which notably doesn’t feature any vocals from Bad Omens’ frontman Noah Sebastian. Poppy sings the entire track. Bad Omens also opened for Bring Me The Horizon on their UK and Ireland tour, with Sebastian joining the band every night to perform ‘Antivist’.
Babymetal, on the other hand, has had its share of collaborations as well. In October, they shared the stage with Bring Me The Horizon, performing ‘Kingslayer’ live in Japan. In August, they teamed up with Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine for a new single titled ‘Metali’. Fans can expect nothing less than a spectacular performance when these two powerhouses of rock music come together for their highly anticipated co-headline show.