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Enter Shikari Announce Remix Album “The Mindsweep: Hospitalised”

On October 30th, 2015, The Mindsweep: Hospitalised will be released on Hopeless Records in the US. It is a collaboration between Enter Shikari and London-based Hospital Records, who are one of the world’s foremost labels in drum and bass music. The album features every track from Enter Shikari’s top ten album The Mindsweep which was released in January of this year. Now it has been completely remastered by some of the most respected and cutting edge artists working in drum and bass music today; including Metrik, S.P.Y, Danny Byrd, London Elektricity, Keeno, and tons of others.

Enter Shikari has wasted no time in also releasing a video for Reso’s remix of “Anesthetist” which fans can check out HERE.

The Mindsweep: Hospitalised will be available on CD, 2 x colored vinyl LP, and download. It is available for pre-order at: and is available everywhere on October 30th.

The band has also announced their first ever UK Arena Tour that takes off February 2016. They will be hitting seven huge venues around the country and the US pop-punk group, The Wonder Years, will be joining them. Check out the dates below. Tickets are on sale now.


Thursday, Feb 18th – GLASGOW – O2 Academy

Friday, Feb 19th – EDINBURGH – Corn Exchange

Saturday, Feb 20th – NOTTINGHAM – Capital FM Arena

Monday, Feb 22nd – BOURNEMOUTH – International Center

Tuesday, Feb 23rd – CARDIFF – Motorpoint Arena

Thursday, Feb 25th – MANCHESTER – Victoria Warehouse

Saturday, Feb 27th – LONDON – Alexandra Palace

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Words By Tiffany Taylor


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