Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats Announce US Tour with Danava and The Shrine

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UK garage doom forerunners Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats will use Psycho Las Vegas as the launch point for a coast-to-coast US tour joined by Danava and The Shrine. The band, who were also announced as headliners for North West Hesh Fest, which caps the run on Sept. 23 at Dante’s in Portland, Oregon, seem to be hitting some places beyond the major markets this time around — granted they’re still in Brooklyn, Dallas, L.A., Chicago, etc., but they’ll be at The Orange Peel in Asheville, North Carolina, and The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey, too, which finds them digging deeper into the US circuit than they have in the past. Of course, they’ll likely draw just about anywhere, so all the better as they continue to support last year’s fourth outing, The Night Creeper (review here), on Rise Above Records.

Just off the PR wire:

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UNCLE ACID & THE DEADBEATS Announce Details of North American Tour

The UK’s greatest cult band, UNCLE ACID & THE DEADBEATS, have announced details of a run of North American dates beginning at the end of August and running through September.

The dates are as follows:

UNCLE ACID With Danava and The Shrine:
8/27: Las Vegas, NV @ Psycho Fest*
8/28: Los Angeles, CA @ Fuck Yeah Fest*
8/29: Phoenix, AZ @ Club Crescent
8/31: Dallas, TX @ Trees
9/2: Birmingham, AL @ The Saturn
9/3: Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
9/4: Tampa, FL @ State Theater
9/6: Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
9/7: Richmond, VA @ Broadberry
9/8: Washington, DC @ The Howard Theater
9/9: Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony
9/10: Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
9/12: Detroit, MI @ The Majestic
9/13: Chicago, IL @ Metro
9/15: Denver, CO @ Gothic Theater
9/16: Colorado Springs, CO @ Rawkus
9/17: Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
9/19: Boise, ID @ Neurolux
9/20: Missoula, MT @ The Wilmna
9/22: Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
9/23: Portland, OR @ Dante’s*

*Festival Appearance

They released their breakthrough album Blood Lust in 2011, a homage to British Hammer and folk horror films of the 1970s, a candle-lit head-trip of withered hands, ritual knives and gallows ropes. Mind Control (2013), their third album, looked further afield, to the post-Charles Manson US for inspiration: Jim Jones dosing the Kool-Aid. Blue Cheer, Blue Oyster Cult and B-movie biker movies. War, Watergate, serial killers and suicidal TV evangelists.


Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats, Live in Athens, May 20, 2016

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