Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell to Release Keep it Greasy Oct. 14

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 22nd, 2016 by H.P. Taskmaster

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As if the Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell would keep it any other way. The brash-n-boozy UK trio will issue their new album, Keep it Greasy, through Rise Above Records, and I don’t usually pull-quote press releases, but “Their songs haven’t washed in weeks” is just about the best description I’ve ever heard of what these guys do. Their latest full-length, Check ‘Em Before You Wreck ‘Em, came out in 2014, and one sincerely doubts their capacity for shenanigans has diminished in the interim. Keep it Greasy will be out Oct. 14, and not a moment too soon for a universe that continues to take itself way too fucking seriously.

Have at you from the PR wire:

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ADMIRAL SIR CLOUDESLEY SHOVELL To Release Keep it Greasy! October 14th via Rise Above Records

There seems to be an endless horde of fresh-faced bands that proclaim to be resurrecting the spirit of rock n’ roll these days. They see themselves to grabbing the genre by the scruff of its neck and dragging it back to its supposed glory years. Yet, few bands can say they’ve lived the lifestyle quite like ADMIRAL SIR CLOUDESLEY SHOVELL. These working class grease rock bastards, fuelled by speed, cheap lager and roadside fry-ups, have the scars to prove their worth.

The thing is, The Shovell has never claimed to be the biggest or the best around and frankly they don’t care who is. There is no brash egotism at play here, just a rough-and-ready honesty which permeates in what these three guys do. Their songs haven’t washed in weeks, far too busy spinning crackling Budgie vinyls, knackered Motörhead live albums played at a sluggish RPM and snorting self-inflammatories to do anything hygienic. If you want your music dressed up to the nines like an American prom queen, look elsewhere.

Here’s a band proud to be the soundtrack to your weed smokin’, beer swiggin’ escapes from 2016’s dystopian shitstorm reality; one feverishly decorated with unrelenting commercialism, villainous politicians and godforsaken auto-tune. There may be thousands of musicians who can play their instruments better, write more intelligent and thought provoking music, but when you listen to rugged and guttural ‘tune in, drop out’ vibes of Keep It Greasy, none of that seems to matter.

Their approach to sound and texture makes this record feel like an undiscovered gem from 1971, time worn, warts n’ all. Its beauty is defined, rather than hindered by, its unkempt primalism. As a record too, it displays an improved sense of how to get your heart battering your rib cage – think rattling Geezer Butler bass, gravel-toned vocals and the freewheeling madness of Keith Moon. These new songs are using the tried and tested Shovell formula to find new ways of getting under your skin.

From the jolting opening sex-pest boogie of U Got Wot I Need to the sandpaper smooth, Zeppelin stomp of Tired N’ Wired – its lyrics straight from Lemmy’s freight train of thought – they make the last three decades crumble away. Longer tracks like Hairy Brain Part 2, Paid In Full and album closer Wrong are peppered with many of rock’s cornerstones – twisting harmonies, driving shuffle rhythms and whirling feedback – but never sound impressionistic. They simply absorb you, swallow you whole.
But this is no mere pastiche that cashes in on society’s occasional backwards-glancing, nostalgic tendencies. This is down-to-earth and real. Keep It Greasy documents the trials and tribulations these sleezeballs have been through while on the road and beyond.

It doesn’t parade itself as anything immaculate or ground-breaking – and we all know how tiresome such hyperbole infested press releases can be – but it is hellish fun. Stick it on at a neighbour-unfriendly volume and enjoy it for the sordid, fucked up time warp that it is and see for yourself.

Keep It Greasy! Track List:
1. U Got Wot I Need
2. Hairy Brain Part 2
3. Hawkline Monkster
4. Paid In Full
5. I’m Movin’
6. Potato Boy
7. Tired’N’Wired
8. Wrong

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Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell, Live at the Black Heart

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Hornss to Release New Album Telepath Aug. 27

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 19th, 2016 by H.P. Taskmaster

New Jersey-based STB Records has set an Aug. 27 release date — next week — for Telepath, the second LP offering from San Francisco rockers Hornss. It’s an event the band will celebrate in what can only be called prime style, playing their release show at Psycho Las Vegas alongside Alice Cooper, Sleep, and 100-plus others, and the album follows-up their 2014 debut, No Blood No Sympathy (review here), which found them aligned to RidingEasy Records. They continue to keep good company.

Artwork, vinyl details and a link to the track “Atrophic,” which you can stream below, came in STB‘s latest newsletter. Looked a lot like this, only less blue:

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HORNSS ‘Telepath’ Album Release

This month, we’re all about the brand new full length album from San Francisco’s HORNSS! The album, Telepath, is the follow-up to the band’s acclaimed debut album, No Blood, No Sympathy. Recorded by Tim Green (Saviours, Melvins, KARP, Comets on Fire, Hot Lunch), the band recorded this one directly to analog tape at Green’s Louder Studios in Grass Valley, CA. The new album will be released on vinyl exclusively by STB Records and digitally worldwide by Ripple Music.

ON SALE starting Saturday August 27th 2016 at 12PM EST (USA) through the STB Records webstore at: http://stbrecords.bigcartel.com/.

The band says: “Nick has always been good at finding us interesting labels… he’s responsible for all of the super huge record contracts we’ve had so far. When he brought up STB to me and Mike, it was pretty obvious it was a good match. Goya, Doctor Doom, Wounded Giant… c’mon!

After several drunken chats about tequila, TSOL, deathrock and NYHC, the deal was made… and here we are. Super psyched about this one. STB rules.”

Vinyl Info:
HORNSS: Telepath
• Test Press – 15 units. Available in STB Records exclusive alternate art envelope jacket sealed with a STB Records wax seal.
• Die Hard Edition -100 units. 180g – Black and Pink swirl with heavy duty high gloss case-wrapped jacket with foil stamping and UV print. Co es in a tinted Static bag with printed cover
• OBI Edition – 125 units. 180g – Clear and black vinyl with pink and silver splatter. Comes with exclusive hand numbering alternate art work OBI Series strip. 15th release in the OBI series.
• World Wide Edition – 200 units. Available through Kozmik Artifactz and Underground Records (AU) on date of sale. 180g Hot Pink vinyl
• Standard Edition – 175 units. 180g – Silver and Hot Pink Swirl.
All editions come on a matte machine finish jacket with spot gloss. (Except where noted).

Worldwide Edition also available through Kozmik Artifactz (Europe) / Underground Records (undergroundrecords.com.au) in Australia.

HORNSS will also be performing at the upcoming Psycho Las Vegas festival on Saturday, August 27th. This will be their “Record Release Show”. In addition, STB artists Goya and Shroud Eater will also be performing at the fest. If you’re there, be sure to check them all out!

We are also very proud to see that HORNSS is featured in the newly released Lo Sound Desert documentary. Live performance footage and interviews highlight the band members’ lifelong connection to the famed desert rock scene from the 80’s and 90’s. Available digitally on iTunes and other streaming services, check out more here: https://www.facebook.com/losounddesert.

https://hornss.bandcamp.com/
http://stbrecords.bigcartel.com/

Hornss, “Atrophic”

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Fatso Jetson Sign to Heavy Psych Sounds

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 19th, 2016 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Today, Heavy Psych Sounds is proud to announce it will issue the new album from Fatso Jetson this fall ahead of their upcoming European tour.

It’s been six long years since the Californian desert rock progenitors released their last proper full-length. 2010’s Archaic Volumes (review here) answered the go-anywhere-at-any-time intensity of earlier records like 1995’s Stinky Little Gods and 1997’s Power of Three with a refined sense of groove, always bringing in a sense of experimentalism to their foundation of heavy, punk-infused rock.

Since that album came out, Fatso Jetson have hardly been idle. They’ve toured Europe multiple times over, including with Yawning Man, in which Fatso honcho Mario Lalli also plays, and released splits with Yawning Man, Herba Mate (review here) and, last year, one with Farflung (review here) that marked their first collaboration with Heavy Psych Sounds.

Comments Mario Lalli:

This record represents one of the toughest years in my life. To be honest, I barely got it done. It’s a very important record because I’m in a way coming out of a long troubled period in my life, and with lots of love and help from my friends and family I got to a place where I could get back to music and express some of this stuff.

The band spent three days at Rancho de la Luna with Mathias Schneeberger recording and co-producing and writing on some pretty rough ideas. Dino, my son, wrote a lot of the heavier, more angular, intense music, and I was coming from a more melodic, dark vibe… seemed to all come together.

Larry and Tony both wrote music on the album and one of my life-saving buddies Sean Wheeler collaborated on two songs I’m very proud of. Also was awesome having my daughter, Olive Lalli, singing on half the tracks.

The title of the album is straightforward and the record, the contrary action, to faith without works is dead.

We are stoked to do the record with Gabriele [Fiori] from Heavy Psych Sounds. He’s been so supportive of us for years now, a good friend. That’s how this should be.

Fatso Jetson, which features Mario alongside fellow guitarist/son Dino Von Lalli (also BigPig), bassist Larry Lalli and drummer Tony Tornay, begin their European tour on Sept. 23 in Germany.

They’ll be on the road with Sweden’s Greenleaf and will make stops at the Up in Smoke, Fuzzfest, Keep it Low and Heavy Psych Sounds festivals, the latter put on by the label, which also presents the Italian leg of the tour in conjunction with Sound of Liberation.

Fatso Jetson with Greenleaf:
23.09. Aschaffenburg / Colosaal (Ger)
24.09. Regensburg / Alte Mälzerei (Ger)
26.09. Berlin / Cassiopeia (Ger)
27.09. Copenhagen / Loppen (Den)
28.09. Hamburg / Headcrash (Ger)
29.09. Hannover / Chez Heinz (Ger)
30.09. Jena / KUBA (Ger)
01.10. Pratteln / Up in Smoke(Ch)
02.10. Lausanne / Le Romandie (Ch)
04.10. Paris/ Le Backstage (Fra)
05.10. Bordeaux / Void (Fra)
06.10. Nantes / Ferrailleur (Fra)
07.10. Utrecht / DBs (NL)
08.10. Vorselaar / Jeugdhuis (Bel)
10.10. Leipzig / Werk 2 (Ger)
11.10. Dresden / Scheune (Ger)
12.10. Poznan / Bazyla (Pol)
13.10. Katowicze / Kobra (Pol)
14.10. Gdansk / Ucho (Pol)
15.10. Vilinius / Kablys (Lt)
16.10. Warsaw / Hydrozagadka (Pol)
18.10. Zagreb / Klub Attack (Cro)
19.10. Trieste / Tetris (Ita)
20.10. Salzburg / Rockhouse (Aut)
21.10. Vienna / Fuzzfest (Aut)
22.10. Munich / Keep it Low (Ger)

Fatso Jetson Italian tour:
23.10. IT Pisa/Livorno – Stones from the Hill
24.10. IT Zerobranco – Altroquando
25.10. IT Torino – Blah Blah
26.10. IT Roma – Init
27.10. IT Cagliari – La Cueva Rock
28.10. IT Sassari – The Hor
29.10. IT Parma-Mu / HPS Fest 3
30.10. IT Erba – Centrale Rock
31.10. IT Savona – Raindogs

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http://www.heavypsychsounds.com
http://www.soundofliberation.com

Fatso Jetson & Farflung, Split (2015)

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Second Grave Announce Breakup

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 19th, 2016 by H.P. Taskmaster

I’ll freely admit to being somewhat taken aback by this one. It was less than a week ago that Massachusetts doom metallers Second Grave released their debut album, Blacken the Sky (review here), and today they’re announcing that their time as a band has come to an end. That record, tracked by Benny Grotto at Mad Oak, showed noteworthy promise even beyond that of Second Grave‘s two prior EPs, 2013’s Antithesis (review here) and 2012’s self-titled (review here), so it seems all the more like a shame to lose the band now, just as they were entering a next phase of their potential as a unit.

The final lineup of Second Grave — guitarist/vocalist Krista Van Guilder, guitarist Christopher Drzal, bassist Maureen Murphy and drummer Chuck Ferreira — have one last show booked for Aug. 26 at RPM Fest in Greenfield, MA, and then they’re done, but already in the announcement below of their breakup, there’s a note about new projects in the works. Worth keeping an eye and ear out for what comes next, for sure. In the meantime, Second Grave will be missed.

Here’s what they had to say:

second grave (Photo by Samantha Fraulein-Thursday)

As all things must come to an end, Second Grave too is is being laid to rest. While we are all extremely proud of the new album “Blacken the Sky”, the time has come for us to part ways.

As true musicians, everyone has either already been actively playing in other bands, or will eventually re-join the metal scene in other forms. As SG has been a special project to us, we all remain friends and supportive of each other. We have one last show to play, RPM Fest on August 26th.

Tickets are selling fast, so if you want to see the full lineup with two guitars, this is your last chance.

That being said, we want to thank all of the promotors and venues who booked us, critics who reviewed us, bands we played with, friends we made, and most importantly everyone who has to come to a show, bought our merch, and just plain supported us these last 5 years. Doom on my friends, doom on.

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http://www.secondgrave.com/

Second Grave, Blacken the Sky (2016)

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Stone Machine Electric Announce “Hot and Sweaty” Weekender

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 18th, 2016 by H.P. Taskmaster

The title of Texas duo Stone Machine Electric‘s latest album, Sollicitus es Veritatem (review here), translates to ‘nightmares are real,’ and yeah, that sounds about right for an early September drive through West Texas into Arizona and New Mexico. Hope the air conditioning is working in whatever vehicle the two-piece are using to make that considerable drive.

They’ve got four shows lined up, two in TX, one in Tempe and one in or near Albuquerque still TBA (if you can help there, get in touch with the band via Thee Facebooks), and in addition to stuff from the new album, they’re apparently already looking to road-test some new jams via improv or I guess however they might come out. Their style is pretty open and I’d imagine at this point, Dub and Kitchens can pretty much just plug in and go for it. All the better.

Two things I really, really dig about the announcement below. First, they refer to themselves as “two-piece weirdos,” which is something I’ve insisted on doing for the last several years nearly every time I’ve written about them, and two, they not only made a poster, but they made an awesome poster that involves absolutely zero cartoon boobage. Kudos all around, gentlemen.

Behold:

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STONE MACHINE ELECTRIC – Hot+Sweaty Weekend

Hurst, Texas two-piece weirdos, Stone Machine Electric, are set for a small tour westward over the Labor Day weekend. They’ll make their way through Texas, into Arizona, and hopefully survive the trek through New Mexico.

Stone Machine Electric will be playing songs off their latest album, Sollicitus Es Veritatem, along with their usual/unusual improvised transitions. There is always the possibility they might play something new, since they’ve got some in the works…

Hot+Sweaty Weekend Dates:
September 1st – Depot Obar in Lubbock, TX
September 2nd – The Sandbox in El Paso, TX
September 3rd – Tempe Tavern in Tempe, AZ
September 4th – TBD around Albuquerque, NM

https://www.facebook.com/StoneMachineElectric/
https://twitter.com/SME_band
http://stonemachineelectric.bandcamp.com/
http://www.stonemachineelectric.net/

Stone Machine Electric, Sollicitus es Veritatem (2016)

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Lo-Pan Tour with The Atomic Bitchwax and Dirty Streets Launches Tomorrow Night

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 18th, 2016 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Just over a month after announcing the addition of guitarist Chris Thompson to their lineup in place of Adrian Zambrano, Ohio heavy rockers Lo-Pan will head out on an inaugural tour with the new lineup. I’ve already seen video of them performing at this year’s Blackout Cookout in Kent, OH, where they’re a regular fixture, and the feel was right on. I’d expect them to get even tighter by the time this run is over, and a particularly noteworthy stop-off at Psycho Las Vegas should make for a pretty solid first-tour highlight for Thompson. “Welcome aboard, by the way, we’re playing with Alice Cooper this weekend.” Not too shabby.

Lo-Pan will be out with The Atomic Bitchwax and Dirty Streets. I told you I’d post these dates again:

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LO-PAN: Ohio Riff Wielders To Kick Off Tour With The Atomic Bitchwax This Week; Band To Appear At Psycho Las Vegas

Ohio riff wielders LO-PAN will take to the streets again for a short run of live dates later this week supporting The Atomic Bitchwax on a portion of their tour through August 27th. Additional support will be provided by Dirty Streets. Set to commence this Friday, August 19th in Charlotte, North Carolina, LO-PAN’s latest trek includes a performance at Psycho Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino alongside the likes of Alice Cooper, Blue Öyster Cult, Electric Wizard, Sleep and many others. It also marks the four-piece’s first tour with new guitarist Chris Thompson.

Comments drummer Jesse Bartz, “The train don’t stop! New guitarist Chris Thompson has us practicing some older stuff too. We will be playing a wide variety of material from our previous recordings as well as some new material. Really stoked to be able to tour with The Atomic Bitchwax and Dirty Streets. Both are top notch not to be missed rock bands. We cannot wait to see some of our favorite bands of all time at Psycho Vegas!”

LO-PAN w/ The Atomic Bitchwax, Dirty Streets:
8/19/2016 The Milestone – Charlotte, NC
8/20/2016 The Tavern – Hattiesburg, MS
8/21/2016 Siberia – New Orleans, LA
8/22/2016 Limelight – San Antonio, TX
8/23/2016 White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX
8/24/2016 Grizzly Hall – Austin, TX
8/25/2016 Rail Club – Ft. Worth, TX
8/26/2016 Ned’s Bar – Albuquerque, NM
8/27/2016 Flycatcher – Tucson, AZ
8/28/2016 Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Las Vegas, NV @ Psycho Vegas

LO-PAN continues to tour in support of their critically lauded Colossus full-length, released via Small Stone. Produced and engineered by Andrew Schneider (Unsane, Rosetta, East Of The Wall et al) at his own Translator Audio in Brooklyn, New York and named for an ancient statue of the Greek titan-god of the sun, Helios, the record continues to raise the eyebrows of fans and media globally.

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http://www.facebook.com/smallstonerecords

Lo-Pan, Colossus (2014)

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Hark Announce UK Dates with Black Tusk

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 18th, 2016 by H.P. Taskmaster

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HARK will head out for a round of dates alongside Black Tusk in the UK starting Nov. 3. The Welsh progressive heavy rock four-piece issued their debut album, Crystalline (review here) in 2014 via Season of Mist, and they’ve been steadily supporting it ever since. They’ve got a slew of shows this month as well, including tomorrow night in Leeds, and they just recently took part in both the Red Sun and Bloodstock festivals, continuing to build their reputation in the UK.

At Bloodstock, they apparently loaned their guitars to no less than Corrosion of Conformity, whose gear was lost in transit, so pretty cool to be able to say, “Yeah, Pepper Keenan and/or Woody Weatherman handled this instrument.” I’ve certainly heard way lamer claims to fame.

The PR wire had this:

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HARK announce live dates in the UK

Welsh power HARK have announced a UK tour with BLACK TUSK in November. The trek begins on November 3rd, and follows the band’s ongoing Summer tour. These new dates in London, Norwich, Glasgow, and Bristol. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.

HARK are touring in support of their debut album, ‘Crystalline’. Since the release of their debut, the Welsh heavy rock power-trio have toured the UK and Europe extensively, while the record has received global critical acclaim. Appearing on countless end of year lists, the album has been regarded as a game changer in the heavy/stoner/progressive genre.

HARK Tour dates:
Aug. 19 Leeds, UK @ Assembly House Studios
Aug. 20 Edinburgh, UK @ Bannermans
Aug. 21 Glasgow, UK @ King Tut’s
Aug. 26 Bristol,UK @ The Exchange
Aug. 27 London, UK @ Boston Music Rooms
Nov. 3 London, UK Boston Music Room w/ BLACK TUSK
Nov. 4 Norwich, UK The Owl Sanctuary w/ BLACK TUSK
Nov. 6 Glasgow, UK Audio w/ BLACK TUSK
Nov. 7 Bristol, UK Exchange w/ BLACK TUSK

Jimbob Isaac – Vocals/Guitar
Simon Bonwick – Drums
Joe Harvatt – Guitar
Tom Shortt – Bass

https://www.facebook.com/Harkband
http://season-of-mist.com/

Hark, Crystalline (2014)

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Tombs Sign to Metal Blade; Announce US Tour

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 17th, 2016 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Brooklyn’s Tombs will release their next full-length, as yet untitled and unrecorded, through Metal Blade Records. The semi-blackened genremashers released their last album, Savage Gold (discussed here), in 2014 via Relapse Records, and before they get to the studio for the next one, they’ll head out in November on a round of US tour dates that will take them to the West Coast and a goodly portion of the way back, accompanied by Wolvhammer. Just about everything Tombs touch is massively acclaimed, but Savage Gold was their third outing through Relapse, so it seems entirely likely their contract was simply up and they wound up with a deal from Metal Blade. Really any label would be lucky to have them.

The PR wire brings news, tour dates, and some new video:

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Tombs signs worldwide deal with Metal Blade Records; announces USA headlining tour with Wolvhammer; launches official YouTube channel with director’s cut and behind-the-scenes videos for “V”

Metal Blade Records is proud to announce the worldwide signing of Brooklyn-based experimental metal outfit Tombs! Blending bleak, post-punk minimalism with the ferocious attack of sludge and traditional black metal, Tombs has established themselves as an act that’s as committed to consistency as it is to growth, developing smoothly (but never predictably) over the course of their career, and earning a multitude of accolades along the way. In addition to their acclaimed releases, Tombs has also become revered for their captivating live shows, touring extensively with an array of artists such as Eyehategod, Pelican, Isis, Wolves In The Throne Room, The Secret, Ulcerate, and 1349, plus appearing at renowned festivals: Roskilde Festival in Denmark, Roadburn in The Netherlands, and Psycho California and Maryland Deathfest in the USA. Now, having joined Metal Blade’s roster, the quintet is poised to continue the momentum that’s been building since their formation in 2007.

Mike Hill (guitar/vocals) comments: “Metal Blade is a legendary label that has put out legendary records by legendary bands. It’s an honor to be part of the organization.”

Tombs will begin writing their fourth full-length and Metal Blade Records debut after their USA headlining tour this fall. Kicking off November 7th, the trek also features Wolvhammer as support. See below for all upcoming dates!

Tombs tour dates
w/ Wolvhammer
Nov. 7 – Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506
Nov. 8 – Atlanta, GA – The Earl
Nov. 9 – New Orleans, LA – Siberia
Nov. 10 – Houston, TX – Rudyards
Nov. 11 – Austin, TX – Barracuda
Nov. 12 – Dallas, TX – Three Links
Nov. 13 – San Antonio, TX – Korova – downstairs
Nov. 15 – Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad
Nov. 16 – Scottsdale, AZ – Pub Rock
Nov. 17 – Los Angeles, CA – Complex
Nov. 18 – San Diego, CA – The Merrow
Nov. 20 – San Francisco, CA – DNA Lounge
Nov. 22 – Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Bar – SLC
Nov. 25 – Indianapolis, IN – Kumas Corner
Nov. 26 – Dayton, OH – Rockstar Pro Arena

Tombs will be touring in support of their recently released All Empires Fall EP – a crushingly heavy record that confirms the band as one of the leaders of American – and international – black metal. For a preview of All Empires Fall, fans can visit the new Tombs official YouTube page, where director’s cut and behind-the-scenes videos for the album track, “V”, can be viewed: https://www.youtube.com/tombscult

Tombs line-up:
Mike Hill – Guitar/Vocals
Charlie Schmid – Drums
Ben Brand – Bass
Evan Void – Guitar
Fade Kainer – Synth / Vocals

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https://www.facebook.com/TombsBklyn
https://twitter.com/TOMBS666
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Tombs, V (Directors Cut)

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