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Live at Heaven Nightclub, London in 2009.
|Also known as||Hybryd (1999–2003)|
|Origin||St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom|
|Genres||Electronicore, post-hardcore, alternative metal, metalcore|
|Labels||Ambush Reality, Tiny Evil, PIAS Recordings, Hopeless|
Enter Shikari are a British post-hardcore band formed in 2003 in St Albans, Hertfordshire. They combine post-hardcore and various heavy metal sub-genres, such as metalcore and alternative metal, with elements of various electronic games, such as electronica, dubstep, trance, industrial and occasionally drum and bass, creating a particularly unique sound. The band is named after a boat belonging to Roughton "Rou" Reynolds' uncle, and a character in a play which he wrote before forming the band, both of which are named Shikari. Shikari also means 'Hunter' in Marathi, Persian, Hindi, Nepali, Urdu, Punjabi and Bengali. Their debut album, Take to the Skies was released on 19 March 2007 and reached No. 4 in the Official UK Album Chart. Their second album, titled Common Dreads, was released on 15 June 2009 and debuted on the UK Albums Chart at 16. Their third studio album, A Flash Flood of Colour was released on 16 January 2012 and was positioned at the top of the UK Album Chart for almost its entire week of release, however it eventually debuted on the chart at 4. The band are currently embarking on the A Flash Flood of Colour World Tour.
Beginnings and Take to the Skies (1999–2008) 
In 1999 a band named Hybryd formed, consisting of Rou (/raʊ/) Reynolds on guitar and vocals, Chris Batten on bass guitar, and Rob Rolfe on drums. They released an EP called Commit No Nuisance which featured the tracks "Perfect Pygmalion", "Look Inside", "Torch Song", "Honesty Box" and "Fake". In 2003, with the addition of guitarist Liam "Rory" Clewlow, Hybryd became Enter Shikari. Rou focused his musical efforts on vocals and electronics instead.
During 2003 and 2004, the band released three demo EPs (Nodding Acquaintance, Anything Can Happen In The Next Half Hour and Sorry You're Not A Winner) that were available from their gigs and their website, featuring original versions of some songs that were eventually rerecorded for their debut album, Take To The Skies. They had another demo EP planned for release in 2005 (no such EP materialized, although recordings surfaced online). For this the first versions of Return To Energiser and Labyrinth were recorded. Early versions of OK Time For Plan B and We Can Breathe In Space were also recorded around this time but it's unclear if these were destined for the EP. In August 2006 they released a video of, the limited-edition single "Mothership" which became the single of the week on the iTunes Store. Their first physical single featured re-recorded versions of "Sorry You're Not a Winner/OK Time for Plan B", which had previously been featured on one of the demo EPs. It was released on 30 October 2006. It was limited to 1000 copies of each format and sold out within the first week of release. In mid January 2007, Enter Shikari's first single, "Mothership", entered the UK singles chart for one week at number 151, on Downloads only (despite its physical formats not being eligible for charts [at the band's request]). This was followed a week later by "Sorry You're Not a Winner/OK Time for Plan B", which charted at number 182 on the singles chart (despite its physical formats being ineligible for charts [at the band's request]) and number 146 in the Download Chart. In addition "Sorry You're Not a Winner/OK Time for Plan B" featured on the EA Sports video game titles NHL 08 and Madden 08. Enter Shikari secured a spot on the Gibson/MySpace stage at 2006's Download Festival. They also had interviews with popular music press such as Kerrang! and Rock Sound. On 4 November 2006, they became only the second unsigned band to ever sell out London Astoria (the first being The Darkness).
They also made the NME's "New Noise 2007", a list of the bands it considers most likely to achieve success in the coming year (previous years lists have included the likes of Arcade Fire, Hot Chip and Bloc Party).
The next single released was "Anything Can Happen in the Next Half Hour", on 5 March 2007. This was the band's second single to be released from their forthcoming debut album. It contained a re-recorded version of the song "Anything Can Happen in the Next Half Hour". It reached 27 in the Official UK chart. The band's debut album, Take to the Skies, was released on 19 March 2007 and on 25 March it reached number 4 in the UK Official Album Charts. It contained re-recordings of many of the songs that had featured on the demo EPs and singles that were released prior to the release of the album.
During the month of March 2007 it was announced they would be playing at Download Festival, Reading and Leeds Festivals, Give it a Name, Glastonbury Festival, Oxegen festival in Ireland and Rock am Ring in Germany. On 30 March 2007, Enter Shikari announced that their next single would be "Jonny Sniper" and would be released on 18 June. The song's video was premiered on 21 May. The single received bad reviews from NME.
They played an eleven date headline tour in October/November 2007 including their biggest ever headline gig in the 4,921 capacity Brixton Academy. The band released a compilation EP titled The Zone on 12 November.
Enter Shikari had performed over 500 gigs as of 2007 and played on the Gibson/MySpace stage at 2006's Download Festival. On 14 May 2007, Enter Shikari started their first North America tour. This was followed by three more North American tours.
In January 2008, Enter Shikari performed in Australia and New Zealand for the first time as part of the Big Day Out Festival. The band also did a number of side-shows in Australia, including two sold out shows at the Hi-Fi Bar in Melbourne.
On 13 May 2008, the band released the first in a series of videos called "Enter Shikari: In the 'Low". The videos, posted on the band's YouTube page, showcased the band as they recorded their new single, "We Can Breathe In Space, They Just Don't Want Us To Escape", and demoed new material. One of the new songs set to feature on the album was 'Step Up', which was first performed at Milton Keynes Pitz on 28 June 2008, the warm up show to Projekt Revolution the following day.
On 8 August 2008, it was announced that "We Can Breathe In Space, They Just Don't Want Us To Escape" would be released as a single. It was said to be a drastic re-working of the song originally demoed by the band back in 2005, but was not to be included in the band's second album.
They completed a tour of the UK and Ireland which took place over the course of 6 weeks - from 30 September to 4 November 2008 - and consisted of 28 shows. A DVD compilation of live footage filmed by band / crew along with some TV footage was to be released to coincide with the tour according to a Kerrang! interview with the band, but has not been released yet.
Common Dreads (2009–2010) 
It was confirmed by NME that Enter Shikari had finished working on their second album, Common Dreads, in March 2009 and announced that they would tour the UK and Europe during 2009. They also made available a free download of a new song, Antwerpen, from their website. On 15 April 2009 Juggernauts was played on Radio 1 as Zane Lowe's "Hottest Track in the World" and was released as a single on 1 June 2009. The B-side of the single is "All Eyes On The Saint". The band also had help from musician Danny Sneddon who helped with the recording of Juggernauts. On 1 May Kerrang featured their track-by-track of the album. Metal Hammer were the first to review the album online with a track-by-track. Since it was announced in an interview with Andy Copping on Scuzz on their "The Digital Darkside: Download Special" that there would be 2 secret bands playing at Download Festival 2009, it had been heavily speculated that Enter Shikari would play one of these slots. They were confirmed to be one of the secret bands on 9 June 2009. Enter Shikari also featured at Reading and Leeds Festivals on 29 and 30 August 2009, playing songs from Common Dreads, as well as acoustic variations of 'Juggernauts', 'No Sleep Tonight' and 'Adieu' from Take To The Skies.
Common Dreads was released through Ambush Reality on 15 June 2009 and debuted at No. 16 on the UK top 40 album chart. The second single to be released from Common Dreads was No Sleep Tonight. The 7-inch vinyl, CD single and MP3 download was released on 17 August 2009. A slightly modified version of the song "Wall" was released as a radio single, and a video for the song "Zzzonked", made of clips of a live show played at Norwich UEA, was also released.
A 2-disc version of Common Dreads was due to be released in January 2010. Frontman Rou Reynolds announced that "We’ve got a different artist for each single from Hospital Records to do drum ‘n’ bass remixes so we’ll be releasing that as a 12". Then we're doing the same thing with (dubstep label) True Tiger who've done a dubstep remix of each single." However it was later said in a Radio 1 interview that in fact they were only having their main singles remixed.
The new single "Thumper" was released on 19 January 2010, on BBC Radio One, as well as the new single "Tribalism", which was first played on Radio 1 on 16 February 2010. These songs come off the new B-sides and remixes album Tribalism, which was released on 22 February 2010.
Since March 2009, drummer Rob Rolfe had not been able to perform at United States shows due to a denial of a visa. Rob chose Fellsilent drummer, Christopher Mansbridge, to fill in for these dates. On 9 July 2010, however, Rob stated in a Twitter post that he had obtained a visa. On 30 September 2010 Rob passed through customs at an airport in Houston for Enter Shikari's North American tour in October/November, and confirmed this in a Twitter post stating simply "America, I'm back".
Throughout February–March 2010, Enter Shikari joined the Australian summer festival Soundwave along with other bands such as A Day to Remember and Architects, playing shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. The band then continued to tour Japan with A Day to Remember and Escape the Fate and in April–May 2010, they served as a support act, along with August Burns Red and Silverstein on A Day to Remember's Toursick.
Live From Planet Earth and A Flash Flood of Colour (2010–2013) 
On 14 June 2010, Enter Shikari announced that they had returned to the studio to do a "one off new track" called "Destabilise" which was released as a download on 26 October 2010, and a limited edition coloured 7-inch vinyl on 29 November 2010.
During June and July 2010, the band took part in the Warped Tour in USA and afterwards, they played a few festivals such as headlining Redfest and supporting The Prodigy at Milton Keynes Bowl. Following this, they performed an exclusive show at the venue Underworld situated in Camden which was filmed and recorded and features on the live DVD Live From Planet Earth.
In August 2010, Enter Shikari returned to Australian shores for a headlining national tour, playing sold out shows in Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne and near-sellout shows in Perth and Brisbane. On 2 October 2010, the band went on their headlining "Destabilise" Tour in North America with Haste the Day, Sleeping With Sirens, MSWHITE, and LightsGoBlue. The band then supported 30 Seconds to Mars on their Into The Wild Tour leg of UK arenas in November and December 2010.
At the end of 2010, the band collaborated with UK drum and bass band The Qemists on their single Take it Back which was released on 28 March 2011.
On 21 March 2011, it was confirmed that Enter Shikari will be playing at the Reading and Leeds festivals in late August and on 26 April 2011, the band confirmed a mainland European tour starting in Kiev, Ukraine on 7 September, and ending in Tilburg, the Netherlands on 3 October 2011. Also, on 14 June 2011, the band confirmed a UK and Ireland tour which would take part during the month of October. Support for these two tours would be provided from Your Demise and letlive.
In May 2011, the band travelled to Bangkok, Thailand to record their third studio album. Recording began on 8 May 2011, and finished on 14 June 2011. On 19 May 2011, they released the single "Quelle Surprise". It was originally planned to be the first single released from the new album, however Rou Reynolds later confirmed that it wouldn't feature, and instead would be a stand alone single much like Destabilise.
On 11 July 2011, the band released their third live album and first DVD, bundled together as Live From Planet Earth. Distribution of the non limited edition version of Live From Planet Earth and other Enter Shikari stock was affected, however, following a fire at the PIAS distribution warehouse in London, after it was set on fire by rioters during the 2011 England riots. This was announced via the bands' Facebook after many fans discovered that the fire had affected the bands' label Ambush Reality, and Rou confirmed a majority of the stock had indeed gone up in flames in an interview with Rock Sound.
On 8 September 2011, the band announced that the first single from their 'as yet untitled' third album would be called "Sssnakepit." The single was announced for release on 20 September 2011 along with a video recorded for the track at Dingwalls Club in Camden Town, London. A video of the first live performance of the song posted on the band's Facebook shows the rap hardcore influences in the song, as well as a further political theme. The band had also been playing another new song live, titled "Arguing with Thermometers", during their European fall tour. The debut performance of this song took place on 12 September in Warsaw, Poland.
On 19 September 2011, "Sssnakepit" was played twice in a row on Zane Lowes show as his 'Hottest Track In The World'. The music video (produced by Stand Your Ground Media) for "Sssnakepit" was released the same week. 'Arguing with Thermometers' was announced to be on the new album on Lowe's show, when a live studio session was played.
A leak from UK Magazine Rock Sound revealed that Enter Shikari's third studio album would be titled A Flash Flood of Colour and would be released on 9 January 2012; however, due to shipping issues the band later moved the release date back a week to 16 January. It was also revealed in the leak that the band were planning a March 2012 UK tour.
On 4 December 2011, the band posted this on their Facebook page: "we've kept this news under our hats for now, BUT, who's interested in hearing another new track?? WELL... if you keep your eyes peeled on our wall tomorrow, we'll give you the details. tease tease." Sure enough, the next day "Gandhi Mate, Gandhi" was released on the band's YouTube page and iTunes. It was also broadcast on the Zane Lowe show on BBC Radio 1.
On 5 January 2012 the band released the studio version of "Arguing With Thermometers" on their YouTube page. It was also played on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show in the morning as his "Hottest Track In The World". The official video for the song was uploaded to the band's YouTube page on 17 January 2012. A few days prior to the song's release the band showcased a still shot of the video, showing Rou dressed as a news reporter called "Phillis McCleavland".
The band released their new album on 16 January 2012, and played three album release shows. The first was for HMV in London at the Borderline. People who had pre-ordered the album via HMV were automatically entered into a prize draw to gain access to the release show as no tickets were sold. The second show was in Kingston upon Thames, at the Hippodrome. This was for Banquet Records and tickets were sold with special offers available if the ticket was bought with an album. The final show was played in Leeds, West Yorkshire at The Cockpit, and tickets were only available via indie record stores Jumbo and Crash Recordd.
At the end of the first week of the album being released, the album reached number four in the U.K charts.
The band began their first tour of "A Flash Flood Of Colour" in February by heading out to Tokyo, Japan for one show, before playing Soundwave Festival, including a couple of 'sideshows' on their off-days. After landing back in the UK, the band set out a few days later for the Europe dates, starting on 10 March 2012 at the Melkweg in Amsterdam, the Netherlands; with two weeks worth of dates across mainland Europe and the United Kingdom, ending with a sold out show at Hammersmith Apollo in London on 23 March 2012. Support came from Young Guns, The James Cleaver Quintet (Europe only) and Tek-One (UK only).
The bands' Summer 2012 plans included their first trip to South Africa, playing Oppikoppi, Africa's biggest rock event held every August, where played alongside bands such as Bullet For My Valentine, Seether, Eagles of Death Metal and one of South Africa's biggest acts, Dance, You're on Fire; along with festivals across Europe, such as Radio 1's Big Weekend, Reading and Leeds Festivals, Pukkelpop, FM4 Frequency Festival, Sonisphere in Spain, T in the Park, Rock am Ring and Rock im Park, and many more, ranging from the end of May to the start of September. This run saw the band playing higher up slots than ever before, due to increased demand.
The band also performed a free show at Tunbridge Wells Forum in June after being voted 'Britain's Best Small Venue 2012' by NME users. The band also performed an intimate acoustic set in NME's office to around 30 competition winners, where they played acoustic renditions of System/Meltdown, Juggernauts, Stalemate and a quirky cover of Carly Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe. Also, in this Summer's Kerrang! Awards, the band scooped 'Best Live Band' for the second time, along with Rou Reynolds winning 'Hero of the Year.' The were also nominated for best album, but lost out to Mastodon.
On 2 July, the band released the single "Warm Smiles Do Not Make You Welcome Here", which featured a physical and digital release, along with a promotional video. The song was debuted in their set at Isle Of Wight Festival in June.
September 2012 saw the band play in New Zealand for the first time since 2008 when they played Big Day Out, along with a few shows in Australia before playing a one off show in Tokyo, Japan with Man With A Mission. In October, they visited Ukraine and Russia for a short run, before heading back to America for 6 weeks supporting Falling In Reverse, before rounding the year off with a UK December run, aptly named 'A Flash Flood Of Christmas,' supported by Cancer Bats and Engine-Earz Experiment.
November 2012 the band announced the launch of their own beer "Sssnakepit", 5% lager in conjunction with Signature Brew.
On 20 January 2013 Rou Reynolds announced that he is writing music for the band's recording session in February.
Band members 
- Roughton "Rou" Reynolds — lead vocals, programming, keyboards, synthesizer, acoustic guitar
- Chris Batten — bass, vocals
- Liam "Rory" Clewlow — guitar, backing vocals
- Rob Rolfe — drums, percussions, backing vocals
|"Sorry You're Not a Winner"||Alex Smith|
|2007||"Anything Can Happen In The Next Half Hour..."||Lawrence Hardy|
|"Jonny Sniper"||Gavin Free |
|2008||"We Can Breathe In Space, They Just Don't Want Us to Escape"||Alex Smith|
|"No Sleep Tonight"||Shane Davey|
|2011||"Quelle Surprise"||Kode Media|
|2012||"Arguing With Thermometers"||Raul Gonzo|
|"Warm Smiles Do Not Make You Welcome Here"||Raul Gonzo|
|"Pack of Thieves"||Raul Gonzo|
|2013||"Hello Tyrannosaurus, Meet Tyrannicide"||Jonathan Lindley|
|"The Paddington Frisk"||Love Vis-Art|
Ambush Reality 
Ambush Reality is an independent record label that only releases music by Enter Shikari. Formed in July 2006, it is co-owned and run by the members of the band and their friends. The band has decided that, in order to tour in the United States, they had to sign with a major record label in America. On 28 August 2007, Ambush Reality said that Take to the Skies came out in North America in October 2007, with Ambush Reality joining Interscope Records imprint Tiny Evil. Ambush Reality signed a distribution deal with Warner Music in order to make the album Common Dreads and future releases more accessible outside the UK and also more widely advertised and promoted. As of 8 December 2010 Enter Shikari / Ambush Reality have left distribution through Warner and will distribute throughout UK/Europe/Japan/Australia via PIAS Entertainment Group. As of 21 June 2011, Enter Shikari's releases in North America will be via independent record label Hopeless Records.
Side projects 
Reynolds has produced music as part of a side project with the name "Rout", which he sometimes performs in small venues and before shows. He previously used the names "Shark & Blitz" and "Routron 5000". The music develops on his penchant for electronics, resulting in a drum and bass/jungle/dubstep sound. Some songs feature samples of Rou and friends fooling around as well as iconic lines from movies or songs. His most recent EP, released for ActionAid, features samples from ActionAid's project work in Ghana.
Rolfe also DJs under the moniker "Sgt. Rolfy", regularly playing slots at the band's aftershow parties. He plays a range of sounds, including trance, drum & bass, dubstep and even classical and parody tunes too. 
Frontman Rou Reynolds has also set up his own clothing company Step Up Clothing.
On the 25th of April 2013 the band announced a side project called Shikari Sound System. The band announced it on their Facebook page straight after they had been announced to play at Reading and Leeds Festival during the summer. Shikari Sound System will play their debut set at The Reading and Leeds festivals. Frontman Rou assured fans on his twitter page that it would be "The same 4 scallywags but playing a live dance set"
Accolades and Readers Poll Results 
|2006||Enter Shikari||Kerrang! Awards 2006: Best British Newcomer||Nominated|
|2007||Enter Shikari||NME: John Peel Award for Musical Innovation||Won|
|Enter Shikari||Kerrang! Awards 2007: Spirit Of Independence||Won|
|Enter Shikari||Kerrang! Awards 2007: Best Live Band||Won|
|"Sorry You're Not a Winner"||Kerrang! Awards 2007: Best Single||Nominated|
|Enter Shikari||BT Digital Awards: Breakthrough Artist of the Year||Won|
|2009||Enter Shikari||Kerrang! Awards 2009: Best Live Band||Nominated|
|2010||Enter Shikari||Kerrang! Awards 2010: Best British Band||Nominated|
|2012||Enter Shikari||Kerrang! Awards 2012: Best Live Band||Won|
|A Flash Flood of Colour||Kerrang! Awards 2012: Best Album||Nominated|
|Rou Reynolds||Kerrang! Awards 2012: Hero of the Year||Won|
|Enter Shikari||AIM Awards: Hardest Working Band||Nominated|
|Enter Shikari||AIM Awards: Best Live Band||Nominated|
|A Flash Flood of Colour||AIM Awards: Independent Album of the Year||Won|
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