Neurosis Playing End-of-Year Shows in California

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 13th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

Neurosis are in Mexico City next weekend for the Bestia festival, and they’ve also just announced they’ll do a trio of California shows to round out 2014, a year that’s already seen them play multiple shows and fests in a kind of gradual return to playing live which, if you’ll recall, they weren’t so much about for most of the last decade. They’ve already confirmed Maryland Deathfest for 2015 and one imagines it won’t be the only gig they wind up playing. If they keep it up, one might almost be tempted to think of them as a touring band again. How that might play into the post-metal progenitors following-up their 2012 studio outing, Honor Found in Decay (review here), is anyone’s best guess, but if time has proven anything it’s that the appropriate course of action is to let Neurosis do whatever the fuck they want at their own pace and excellence will ensue.

The PR wire lets you know how it is:

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NEUROSIS Announces Trio Of Year-End California Performances

NEUROSIS has just confirmed three more shows for 2014, set to take place during the final days of the year in California. While the members of NEUROSIS currently reside in numerous areas of the country, the Bay Area will forever remain the land of the band’s origin, and to commemorate one of their most active years performing abroad in their nearly three decades in existence, they’ll unite for a trio of concerts including two shows back where it all began.

The first of the year-end live run will see NEUROSIS playing at The Observatory in Orange County’s Santa Ana on Monday, December 29th. The next two evenings — Tuesday, December 30th and Wednesday the 31st — will see the band back in their native Bay Area lands, with two consecutive shows at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. Supporting NEUROSIS on all three of these headlining shows will be an incredibly diverse and destructive lineup, including Portland’s morose d-beat hardcore icons, Tragedy, San Diego-based industrial drone man/machine act, Author & Punisher, and San Francisco’s sludge/noise rock outfit, Kowloon Walled City.

NEUROSIS Tour Dates:
11/19-23/2014 Bestia Festival – Mexico City, MX w/ The Ex, Monogatari, more
12/29/2014 The Conservatory – Santa Ana, CA w/ Tragedy, Author & Punisher, Kowloon Walled City
12/30/2014 Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA w/ Tragedy, Author & Punisher, Kowloon Walled City
12/31/2014 Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA w/ Tragedy, Author & Punisher, Kowloon Walled City
5/24/2015 Maryland Deathfest – Baltimore, MD w/ Amorphis, Anaal Nathrakh, Goatsnake, Primordial, more

The newly-announced trio of performances comes as NEUROSIS continues their massive 2014 live campaign, as the band has just conquered the Housecore Horror Film Fest in Austin, Texas, as well as Southwest Terror Fest III in Tucson, Arizona, and next week will headline the second annual Bestia Festival in Mexico City, Mexico. The five-day gala, set to run from November 19th to the 23rd, will include performances from The Ex, Monogatari, (SIC), Han Bennink, Terrie Ex, Marc Ribot, Ray Anderson, Bob Stewart and others confirmed, in addition to music workshops, film screenings and more will fill the festival grounds. Additional NEUROSIS concerts for 2015 are aligning, including the band’s return to Maryland Deathfest in Baltimore alongside fellow Neurot acts Ufomammut and Yob, where NEUROSIS plays on Sunday, May 24th with Amorphis, Anaal Nathrakh, Demilich, Goatsnake, Inverloch, Primordial, Winter, Tombs and more.

Following the release of their Live At Roadburn 2007 album and reissues of some of the band’s most seminal recordings — including their Souls At Zero and Enemy Of The Sun LPs and the Sovereign EP — throughout 2010 and 2011, NEUROSIS released one of their most ambitious albums to date, with 2012’s mighty Honor Found In Decay LP, all through their own cultivated Neurot Recordings. The album showcased the band taking their esoteric but leveling and categorization-free style of extreme music to even diverse areas of exploration, and following the record release show for the album, the outfit disbanded with their longtime visuals at their live shows, empowering their grand anthems to their fans in a monolithic, more human approach. Since its release, NEUROSIS has been more active tour-wise than they have since before the turn of the millennium, and seemingly shows no time of ending the campaign any time soon.

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Neurosis, Live at Southwest Terror Fest, Oct. 18, 2014

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Heavy Psych Sounds Announces Two-Day Label Showcase; Wild Eyes Euro Tour Starts Tomorrow

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 13th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

wild eyes (Photo by Amanda Rhoades)

I guess with San Francisco’s Wild Eyes rolling through town, Rome’s Heavy Psych Sounds imprint decided to make an event of it. Label head Gabriele Fiori has done so in style, with a two-night showcase bringing in Ufomammut – fresh off the recording of their new album — to headline one night with his own band, Black Rainbows, as well as Isaak on the bill, while Wild Eyes themselves will headline the second night, with Ape Skull and The Wisdoom supporting. Kind of a mini-fest, but a solid showing of Heavy Psych Sounds‘ acts, plus Ufomammut, and if nothing else, it’s bound to make Wild Eyes‘ trip through Rome a memorable one.

Wild Eyes kicks off their European tour tomorrow. All the dates can be found under the label showcase info, as well as the stream of their new release, Above Becomes Below. Rock and roll:

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Heavy Psych Sounds Records is proud to present the first Showcase ever with all the bands of the label Wild Eyes from San Francisco, with their last show of the European tour, Isaak introducing the upcoming split record with Mos Generator, the mighty UFOMAMMUT will headline as guests the 4 december day, and last but not least, Black Rainbows, The Wisdoom and Ape Skull

INIT CLUB, Rome, Italy
INIT CLUB – ROMA
Via della stazione tuscolana 133
00182 – ROMA (IT)

04/12/2014:
UFOMAMMUT
Black Rainbows
Isaak

h 10:00 – 10 euro

05/12/2014:
WILD EYES
The Wisdoom
Ape Skull

h 10:00 – 7 euro

HEAVY PSYCH SOUNDS Records&Booking is proud to present  the European Tour of Great Cali Acid Rock n’ Roll Band:

***WILD EYES***
14/11/2014 IT Milano-Lo Fi
15/11/2014 IT Piacenza-Sound Bonico
16/11/2014 IT Erba-Centrale Rock
17/11/2014 CH La Chaux de Fonds-Café al Entre Deux
18/11/2014 CH Ins-Shuxenhaus
19/11/2014 CH Whinthertur-Gaswerk
20/11/2014 CH Luzern-Bruch Bros
21/11/2014 CH Olten-Coq D’or
22/11/2014 DE Augsburg-Ballonfabrik
23/11/2014 AU Graz-club wakuum
24/11/2014 AU Wien-Arena
25/11/2014 D Erfurt-Cafè Tiko
26/11/2014 D Leipzieg-Liwi
27/11/2014 D Berlin-Cortina Bob
28/11/2014 D Siegen-Vortex Club
29/11/2014 N Schoonhoven-De Bastille
30/11/2014 N Den Haag-Dystopia
01/12/2014 F
02/12/2014 F Nancy-Le Quai’Son
03/12/2014 CH St Gallen-Rumpeltum
04/12/2014 D Freiburg-White Rabbit
05/12/2014 IT Rome-Init Club “HPS Showcase”
06/12/2014 IT Pescara-Orange Rock

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www.initroma.com

Wild Eyes, Above Becomes Below (2014)

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Swans Announce March and April Tour Dates

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 13th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Considering that by the time they hit the road in May to support their latest album, To be Kind (review here), they were already playing new material, it’s probably safe to figure Swans will have progressed significantly when February rolls around, and that if they’re still around, “Frankie M.” and “Don’t Go” will be much different than they were when they started out. Or at least a little different. Probably angrier. Okay.

The Michael Gira-led troupe had previously announced an initial batch of 2015 dates that I didn’t get to post because I suck at this and they’ve just added some more for March and April. My trouble is debating whether I want to go north to Portland or south to Providence to see them in February. Maybe I’ll just drive to Albuquerque. That seemed like a nice town.

Swans will release a new digital EP called Oxygen with a few different versions of the To be Kind track of the same name on Nov. 25. You should buy it because when Swans sell things they use the money to make more music.

Dig:

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Swans add March and April dates to 2015 N. American touring

Swans have commenced the sixth leg of a year-long world-wide tour celebrating the release of their 2 CD set To Be Kind, the third studio album from this outfit since their reactivation by band primum mobile Michael Gira in 2010 after a 14 year hiatus. In addition, on November 4 they re-issued their 1983 debut album Filth on vinyl for the first time in decades. In addition on November 25 they release a digital EP of “Oxygen” from To Be Kind, featuring four different versions: an edit of Oxygen by Mute founder Daniel Miller, a live version from Primavera, an early version recorded at Gira’s home and an acoustic version recorded at StudioMute.

The touring line-up is: Michael Gira – guitar, voice (original Swans); Norman Westberg – guitar (original Swans); Christoph Hahn – guitar (mid period Swans and most Angels Of Light); Phil Puleo – drums, percussion, dulcimer etc etc (final Swans tour and most Angels); Chris Pravdica – bass and gadgets (Flux Information Sciences / Services/ Gunga Din); Thor Harris – drums, percussion, vibes, dulcimer, curios, keys, etc etc… (Angels / Shearwater). I’m hoping you’ll consider advancing this show with a feature, CD review or advance blurb.

To Be Kind was produced by Michael Gira, performed by the touring line-up, recorded by the venerable John Congleton at Sonic Ranch, outside El Paso Texas; further recordings and mixing were accomplished at Congleton’s studio in Dallas, Texas. Gira says of the new album, “A good portion of the material for this album was developed live during the Swans tours of 2012/13. Much of the music was otherwise conjured in the studio environment.” The album debuted at #37 on Billboard’s Top 200 sales chart and has garnered a huge amount of ecstatic coverage from a host of impressive outlets.

SWANS North American Tour Dates 2015
2/17/2015 Portland ME Port City Music Hall
2/18/2015 Providence RI Columbus Theatre
2/19/2015 Montreal QC Theatre National
2/20/2015 Toronto ON Phoenix Concert Theater
2/21/2015 Chicago IL Thalia Hall
2/23/2015 Grand Rapids MI The Pyramid Scheme
2/24/2015 Cincinnati OH Woodward Theater
2/25/2015 Cleveland OH Beachland Ballroom
3/23/2015 Philadelphia PA Union Transfer
3/25/2015 Baltimore MD Baltimore Soundstage
3/26/2015 Richmond VA The Broadberry
3/27/2015 Carrboro NC Cats Cradle
3/28/2015 Atlanta GA Terminal West
3/29/2015 Knoxville TN BIG EARS Festival
3/3/12015 Jacksonville FL Jack Rabbit’s
4/1/2015 Saint Petersburg FL State Theater
4/2/2015 Pensacola FL Vinyl Music Hall
4/3/2015 New Orleans LA One Eyed Jacks
4/4/2015 Dallas TX Trees
4/6/2015 Austin TX The Parish
4/9/2015 Albuquerque NM Sunshine Theate

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www.facebook.com/SwansOfficial
https://www.youtube.com/user/OfficialSwans

Swans, “Oxygen” Live in Dijon, France, March 28, 2013

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The Grand Astoria Release 9CD Box Set in Limited Edition of One Copy

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 12th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

the grand astoria

Released by the band in a hand-painted box in an edition of ONE copy, The Beginner’s Guide to The Grand Astoria includes nine CDs, two 7″s and a plethora of other pieces of memorabilia: backstage passes, stickers, and so on, plus some stuff from Kamille Sharapodinov‘s side-project. It’s really more than just a beginner’s guide, considering it’s everything, but an impressive assemblage all the same, and even more tempting since it’s put together personally by the band and they’re only doing one of them.

The Grand Astoria are a hard band to keep up with. The prolific Russian rockers have, by my count, six releases out this year. Two are singles, one is a 29-minute track on a split with Argentina’s Montenegro, one’s a live record, one is a front-to-back cover of Black Flag‘s The Process of Weeding Out EP, and most recent is the full-length La Belle Epoque, which was released in September. It can be an overwhelming amount of material, but if you were ever thinking of diving in headfirst, The Beginner’s Guide to The Grand Astoria would at very least mean you’re all caught up. For now.

Here’s the post from Sharapodinov on the auction for the box, which seems to be taking place on Thee Facebooks:

the grand astoria box set

Okay folks! I promised something special for the real fans and supporters of THE GRAND ASTORIA and my other projects! Here is the box hand-painted by our lovely Sophia Miroedova which includes 9 CDs of The Grand Astoria, 2 seven inch singles of The Grand Astoria, 2 CDs of The Legendary Flower Punk with latest albums, 9 backstage passes from different festivals we played during these years, gently saved by me for this very moment, 1 ticket for our very FIRST SHOW EVER and also 1 sticker. I want only 130 euro (plus shipping costs) for this box.

Only one single copy in the whole world was made Because I am not sure how many of you may want to buy this – I decided to start an auction for this beauty which actually starts right now and will end on 22-00 (Russian time) on 18th of November 2014. If nobody is interested – I will put it to ebay later. All the money will support my recent music activities and I will really appreciate any sum! Put your bid under this post! Thank you and go ahead, first bid is 130 euro.

Sincerely,
Kamille

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http://thegrandastoria.bandcamp.com/

The Grand Astoria, La Belle Epoque (2014)

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Atavismo to Release Desintegración this Week

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 12th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

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With former members of Mind! and Viaje a 800 in the lineup, Spanish trio Atavismo will make their recorded debut with the full-length Desintegración this week. The release is four songs of immersive and dreamy progressive psychedelia, not as space rocking as Mind!, who released Stunde Null (review here) last year, or as tonally weighted as the last Viaje a 800, 2012’s Coñac Oxigenado (review here), but exploring psychedelic ground somewhere between the two, the subdued bliss of “Oceanica” and classic swirl of “Kraken” sandwiched between two 10-plus-minute adventures that, one hopes, are the first of many to come.

Don’t be fooled by the black and white photo or dark cover art — this one’s in full color:

atavismo desintegracion

Atavismo – Desintegración New Album!!!! (ex-viaje a 800/ex-mind!)

DESINTEGRACION is the new album of Atavismo a Hard psychedelic experimental rock band from Algeciras (Spain).

Not on label Records joined to others records labels and friends (Odio Sonoro,Adansonia Records,Nooirax…) to present this amazing debut of a band with ex-Viaje a 800 member and Ex-Mind! members. Progressive rock sound and echoes of the Hard Psychedelic of bands like UFO first-era, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Pink Floyd post-Barret era, or Groundhogs…

Atavismo is formed by Sandra on drums and vocals, Matt on bass and Poti on guitar and vocals, all seasoned musicians in other bands in the area as Viaje a 800, Buena Muerte Trio or Pussyworm. With this formation have decided to develop sound issues with Mind! (maybe a little more traditional and recognizable within the canons considered “commercial” character) had not yet explored, to some extent regardless of electronic kraut reinforcements to reach the rawness and immediacy so characteristic of electric power trios.

This musical philosophy, certainly less sophisticated and dramatic, but much more visceral and risky, Atavismo want to be synonymous with sonic expansion of open and reverberating guitars, hypnotic rhythms, thus twinned with all those groups that have made the jam session almost a form of religion. Or to put it another way, as the name suggests, Atavismo members have decided to unleash all those musical genes that were waiting to retrieve the echoes of bands like the Grateful Dead and Neil Young and Crazy Horse and continue to manifest today in bands like Earthless, Major Stars and Dead Meadow. Thus, inserting in that tradition, but also providing the product of his own imagination and musical intuition, Atavismo intended fascinate and drag with all electrical chromaticity and rhythmic mantras that can boast. ¡Que así sea! “

If you want to listen it:
http://atavismo.bandcamp.com/

if you want more about it:
https://www.facebook.com/Atavismo

http://odiosonoro.bandcamp.com/album/atavismo-desintegraci-n
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Odio-Sonoro/255423944500267

Atavismo, “Kraken”

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Roadburn 2015: Wovenhand, Russian Circles, Uzala, Argus, Tombstones, Bell Witch and More Added to Lineup

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 12th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Just days after announcing Anathema‘s special reunion setRoadburn 2015 turns around and lets loose with another round of lineup additions, including Wovenhand headlining Thursday night — ask me about how they were the heaviest band I saw at the fest in 2011; I’d love to tell you all about it — and Enslaved and Wardruna each playing individual sets on top of their collaborative Skuggsja set. Russian Circles will also play, and Helms Alee with whom they’ll be on tour in Europe, and it’s kind of buried under all the other details, but some other killer acts have joined the bill as well.

Among those, an immediate standout is Uzala, whose “Tenement of the Lost” has been stuck in my head the last few days, with its glorious wash of feedback and the sweetly depressive melody that emerges therefrom. The thought of Argus taking stage at Roadburn is a thrill as well, and Tombstones, who released their Red Skies and Dead Eyes (review here) album last year, and Bell Witch and Eagle Twin and Sun Worship and even more than that. It’s an astounding and exciting bunch of acts.

I won’t delay any further. Dig in:

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Wovenhand, Russian Circles, and more announced for Roadburn 2015; Enslaved and Wardruna unveil more show details

Roadburn is very pleased to announce Wovenhand, Russian Circles, Wardruna, and a second Enslaved performance among the latest additions to the 20th edition line up of the festival which will take place in April 2015.

Wovenhand and Russian Circles added to Thursday line up

Wovenhand’s incendiary performance at Roadburn 2011 remains one of the most talked-about shows in the festival’s history, and it’s a great pleasure to have David Eugene Edwards and his band back at the festival for what should be another thrilling, transformative concert. The band will reignite the 013 stage as the headline act on Thursday April 9.

Led by former 16 Horsepower frontman Edwards, Wovenhand similarly delves deep into the darker, more gothic side of Americana, only on a much more personal, introspective level. The latest album ‘Refractory Obdurate’ is the band’s most visceral work yet, with its heavier arrangements packing a devastating punch.

Already veterans of Roadburn, Chicago instrumental trio Russian Circles will return to the 20th edition of Roadburn Festival for a much anticipated main stage performance on Thursday, April 9, filling the main hall with their spacious, tonally lavish sound.

With a blend of post-rock airiness, heavy riffing and progressive rhythms, they are one of the most evocative instrumental bands in the underground today, and we at Roadburn couldn’t be more excited to welcome them back.

Roadburn curators confirm details of special performances

After a stunning sneak preview of the upcoming Enslaved album, we can only conclude that the band keeps blasting past their own and their associated genres’ limits. Listening to the album prompted us to invite the band for a second show at Roadburn 2015 on Saturday, April 11th, so that all of our beloved attendees can bask in the band’s creativity and talent, and share our excitement about what is sure to become another Enslaved classic.

We at Roadburn are huge admirers of Enslaved, thus it won’t have come as a suprise that we have invited their guitarist/composer, Ivar Bjornson, along with Einar Selvik (Wardruna), to curate the 20th edition of Roadburn Festival (a special event named ‘Houses of the Holistic’) on Friday, April 10 at the 013 venue.

Besides performing Skuggsjá, the sound of Norway’s Norse History, together with Wardruna, Enslaved will also perform a show dubbed ‘House of Northern Gods’, which will consist of a set list specially put together for ‘Houses of the Holistic’, featuring songs from the band’s entire catalogue that embody the Norse gods, with accompanying visuals created by revered Romanian artist, Costin Chioreanu.

“The Friday show during Roadburn 2015 will indeed be a special one”, says Ivar Bjørnson. “We have named the concert ‘House of Northern Gods’ and it will consist of a walk-through of an imaginary, magical house. It is a mental construction that could represent the mythological Valhalla with its inhabitants – or in Jung’s school of psychology: the archetypical roles of the human psyche. This will be the foundation for the set-list and the framework around the concert; there’s a stem of thematic songs from ‘Allfadr Odinn’ (the Paternal archetype) on ‘Hordanes Land’ in 1993 up to ‘Materal’ (the Maternal archetype) from 2012’s ‘RIITIIR’ where various characters/ roles in the ‘House of Northern Gods’ are represented and materialized into music. These are the songs that will make up the Friday show at Roadburn 2015!”

“As if it wasn’t a big enough honour to play one show at Roadburn 2015, we get to play a second show Saturday!” Ivar continues. “We are already hard at work with planning to turn these into the most spectacular two Enslaved shows possible, as we know that this double-Roadburn-whammy is not likely to happen again (we’ve heard of lightening striking twice, but thrice?). This second show will be one of the first European shows where we present our new album, that will be released something like a month prior to Roadburn 2015. We don’t like to brag; but be prepared for something monumental! We will also make use of the fact that Tilburg will be loaded to the brim with friends and colleagues at this point, so don’t be surprised if the show culminates in Enslaved having good friends on stage to make sure we go out with a blast! He who lives will see…

Ivar Bjornson’s fellow curator, Einar Selvik will also be performing with Wardruna in a special performance, dubbed ‘House of the Spinning Seer’. The winners of Metal Hammer’s Golden God award for Best Underground Band, will take to the stage on Friday 10th of April as another part of ‘Houses of the Holistic’.

“We are very excited as well as honored to be back to perform at Roadburn 2015″‘ says Einar “Kvitrafn” Selvik, “and so we plan to use this occasion to give the audience a concert out of the ordinary. It will be a Wardruna concert in an all-new form. With almost twice the amount of musicians that we normally have on stage our sonic threads of old and new shall be majestically spun and our soundscape carefully woven on the loom of the spinning seer.”

Argus, Bell Witch, Darkher, Eagle Twin, Helms Alee, Sun Worship, Terminal Cheesecake, Tombstones, Brimstone and Uzala have also been confirmed for the 20th edition of Roadburn Festival.

Tickets are still available HERE.

Curated by Ivar Bjørnson (Enslaved) and Wardruna‘s Einar “Kvitrafn” Selvik, Roadburn Festival 2015 (including Fields of the Nephilim, Anathema, Skuggsjá, Enslaved, Wardruna, Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin performing Dawn of The Dead and Susperia in its entirety, Zombi, Sólstafir, White Hills, Bongipper, Floor, Eyehategod and The Heads as Artist In Residence among others) will run from Thursday, April 9 to Sunday, April 12 at the 013 venue in Tilburg, The Netherlands.

http://www.roadburn.com/roadburn-2015/tickets/
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https://twitter.com/roadburnfest
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Uzala, “Tenement of the Lost” from Tales of Blood and Fire (2013)

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Darsombra Announce 109 Tour Dates for 2015

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 11th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

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For Darsombra‘s sake, I hope they have a really comfortable van. I thought it was pretty admirable when the Baltimore drone/video duo of Brian Daniloski and Ann Everton hit the road for 10 solid weeks earlier this year — they were awesome to watch when they opened for Floor in Allston — but the plan for 2015 goes even further. Three legs of touring, each of them more than most bands dare to take on for a year in itself, and it’s made up entirely of places the two-piece wanted to visit within the US. Fucking a.

Hard not to admire the work ethic. I guess Everton and Daniloski have just sort of figured out how to make being on the road a significant portion of their lives.  They’re (rightly) calling it the “Three-Legged Monster” tour, and it starts off Feb. 12. They still have some work in putting it together and finding venues, so if you’ve got a place that needs some drones and cool visuals, hit them up. Unsurprisingly, they seem pretty flexible on the whole thing.

Jaw-dropping list of dates follows:

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Darsombra’s Three-Legged Monster Tour 2015

Hi Everybody! Happy fall!

We had so much fun on our ten week tour of the United States this past spring, that we pulled out a map and counted all the cities in North America we wanted to try and visit next year. . . and it ended up being over 100 places! A little much for one fell swoop, so we’re splitting the tour up into what we have been affectionately calling the “Three-Legged Monster”.

Nothing like dreaming big! If you can help us with anything in your town, please be in touch. We’ll play in your music venue, house, gallery, bar, cave, head shop, museum, botanical conservatory, nudist colony, burn, orgy ;) …wherever we can!

And of course, as always, thank you! Thank you for encouraging us to keep doing what we do as artists, as musicians, as travelers, as friends. We’re looking forward to visiting with you all in 2015!

The proposed dates are as follows:

1st Leg:
Feb 12 – Washington DC
Feb 13 – Richmond VA
Feb 14 – Norfolk/VA beach VA
Feb 15 – Raleigh/Chapel Hill NC
Feb 16 – Wilmington NC
Feb 17 – Charleston/Columbia SC
Feb 18 – Savannah GA
Feb 19 – Jacksonville FL
Feb 20 – Orlando FL
Feb 21 – Miami FL
Feb 22 – The Keys FL
Feb 24 – St. Petersburg FL
Feb 25 – FL
Feb 26 – Winterhaven FL
Feb 27 – Gainesville FL
Feb 28 – Tallahassee FL
Mar 1 – Montgomery/Birmingham AL
Mar 2 – Atlanta GA
Mar 3 – Athens GA
Mar 4 – Chattanooga TN
Mar 5 – Knoxville TN
Mar 6 – Asheville NC
Mar 7 – Johnson City TN
Mar 8 – Winchester VA

2nd Leg:
Mar 27 – Charleston WV
Mar 28 – Cincinnati OH
Mar 29 – Louisville/Lexington KY
Mar 30 – Nashville TN
Mar 31 – Memphis TN
Apr 1 – Little Rock AR
Apr 2 – Hot Springs/Fayetteville AR
Apr 3 – Shreveport LA
Apr 4 – New Orleans LA
Apr 6 – Lafayette LA
Apr 7 – Houston TX
Apr 8 – Austin TX
Apr 9 – San Antonio TX
Apr 10 – Marfa TX
Apr 11 – El Paso TX
Apr 12 – Tucson AZ
Apr 14 – Tempe AZ
Apr 15 – Las Vegas NV
Apr 16 – Los Angeles CA
Apr 17 – So Cal CA
Apr 18 – Santa Cruz CA
Apr 19 – San Francisco/Oakland CA
Apr 22 – Eureka CA
Apr 23 – Redding CA
Apr 24 – Reno/Carson City NV
Apr 25 – Salt Lake City UT
Apr 27 – Cheyenne/Laramie WY
Apr 28 – Denver CO
Apr 29 – Colorado Springs/Boulder CO
Apr 30 – Santa Fe/Taos NM
May 1 – Albuquerque NM
May 2 – Amarillo/Lubbock TX
May 3 – Oklahoma City OK
May 4 – Lawrence KS
May 5 – Kansas City MO
May 6 – St. Louis MO
May 7 – Indianapolis IN
May 8 – Bloomington IN
May 9 – Dayton OH

3rd Leg:
Aug 14 – Philadelphia PA
Aug 15 – NJ
Aug 16 – NYC
Aug 17 – Hartford CT
Aug 18 – Providence RI
Aug 19 – Boston MA
Aug 20 – NH
Aug 21 – Portland ME
Aug 22 – Burlington VT
Aug 23 – Montreal CANADA
Aug 24 – Albany NY
Aug 25 – Rochester/Syracuse/Utica NY
Aug 26 – Buffalo NY
Aug 27 – Toronto CANADA
Aug 28 – Detroit MI
Aug 29 – Ann Arbor MI
Aug 30 – Lansing MI
Aug 31 – Grand Rapids MI
Sept 2 – Marquette MI
Sept 3 – Duluth MI
Sept 4 – Minneapolis MN
Sept 5 – Fargo ND
Sept 6 – Bismarck ND
Sept 8 – Bozeman MT
Sept 9 – Missoula MT
Sept 10 – Spokane WA
Sept 11 – Seattle WA
Sept 12 – Portland OR
Sept 14 – Bend OR
Sept 15 – Boise ID
Sept 17 – Billings MT
Sept 18 – Rapid City SD
Sept 19 – Sioux Falls SD
Sept 20 – Sioux City IA
Sept 21 – Omaha/Lincoln NE
Sept 22 – Des Moines IA
Sept 23 – Iowa City IA
Sept 24 – Peoria/Ft. Wayne IN
Sept 25 – Madison WI
Sept 26 – Milwaukee WI
Sept 27 – Chicago IL
Sept 29 – Toledo OH
Sept 30 – Columbus OH
Oct 1 – Cleveland OH
Oct 2 – Pittsburgh PA
Oct 3 – Baltimore MD

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https://www.facebook.com/darsombra/
http://www.darsombra.com/index2.html
http://darsombra.bandcamp.com/

Darsombra, Live in Baltimore, MD, Aug. 2014

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Stone Machine Electric Announce Garage Tape Remix

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 11th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

stone-machine-electric-(Photo-by-Lynda-Kitchens)

Arlington, Texas, two-piece Stone Machine Electric are moving ever closer to the heart of the jam. They’ve set a Dec. 9 release date for the limited cassette issue of Garage Tape, the title of which seems to tell a lot of the story. It’s Stone Machine Electric — the once again and seemingly permanently sans-bass duo of guitarist/vocalist William “Dub” Irvin and drummer/vocalist/thereminist Mark Kitchens — jamming in a garage. In August, they had Erik Carson of Tin Can Records record them at their practice space, and the fruits of that session are what you get with Garage Tape. Considering the band’s last release was the show-recording 2013.02.07 (discussed here), they seem to be pushing further toward giving listeners an inside look at what they do, and as far as I’m concerned, that’s always an awesome thing to see with a band like this.

Not only are they going as raw as possible, though, but as a bonus, they’ve partnered with Texan countryman expirimentalist and lower-case practitioner the owl and the octopus for a special remix of Garage Tape itself. I guess the whole thing? I’m not really sure, but it’s a fascinating idea. The PR wire has more:

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STONE MACHINE ELECTRIC – Garage Tape Remix

On December 9th, 2014, we will release the “Garage Tape” digitally and on cassette. This outing will show you what it is like peer into our jam space. These jams weave in and out of consciousness, glazing the listener with tonal build-ups and tearing out landscapes with riff-laden precision. “Garage Tape” demonstrates how to lose your head and see what happens.

Texas heavy duo, Stone Machine Electric, will be releasing the “Garage Tape” on December 9th, 2014. In anticipation of this, the band has decided to add a little something extra to this release.

Stone Machine Electric has recruited local noisemaker extraordinaire, the owl and the octopus, to do a remix of the “Garage Tape”. It will be included as an extra with the download of the tape. Please note that all tapes will come with a digital download included. Hopefully it will be ready by release…

Release show is set for January 16th, 2015 at The Grotto with Wo Fat and Maneaters of Tsavo, with special guests Whoa! Fat Machine.

To check out the owl and the octopus, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/owlandoctopus

http://www.stonemachineelectric.net/
http://stonemachineelectric.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Stone-Machine-Electric/280507262510

Stone Machine Electric, 2013.02.07 (2013)

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XII Boar Release Motörhead Cover Single

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 11th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

xii boar

UK burl rockers XII Boar — which even though I know it’s pronounced “twelve boar” I still always say as “zhee-boar” — have issued a new digital single that’s a take on Motörhead‘s “Damage Case.” The Southern-styled sludge rock three-piece, somewhat unsurprisingly if you’ve heard their stuff before, beef up the Motörhead original, which appeared on side B of 1979’s classic Overkill. It’s a pretty bold cover to take on, but XII Boar have specialized in the brash since they got going, as their 2014 single Truck Stop Baby will attest, and they’re right in their element with the bruiser groove of “Damage Case,” which can be downloaded free via their Bandcamp page.

They sent word down the PR wire of the new track, and I spliced in a bit of bio background in case you’re unfamiliar. The track itself you can check out on the YouTube player below:

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UK Metal & Roll Heavy Weights ‘XII Boar’ pay tribute to Motörhead

UK stoner and sludge scene regulars, ‘XII Boar’ have done a surprise release covering Motörhead’s classic ‘Damage Case’ for your audio pleasure. Putting their own slamming take on the tune and reworking it in their southern fried, crushing, sludgey style, it has been a smash hit across the interweb and already received rave reviews!

Speeding at you like an out of control train, XII Boar (pronounced ‘Twelve Boar’) have been tearing a new one into the stoner/sludge/metal scene over the last 2 years. The three-piece wrecking ball from Aldershot, Hampshire, blast their way into your skull with ear-splitting leads, sonic riffs, filthy bass lines, whiskey drenched vocals and a sweet southern groove.

Combining Motörhead’s swagger, Sabbath’s downtrodden doom and the swinging crunch of Corrosion of Conformity – these Hampshire louts lay down a colossal slab of rock n’ roll-infused groove metal that fuels even the greatest parties.

Not bad for a band who literally do all the hard work in house. Having independently recorded, produced and released two EPs since their inception, they have garnered much attention and rave reviews from both the press and fans alike.

You can get a free copy via their bandcamp: http://xiiboar.bandcamp.com/track/damage-case-motorhead-cover

and view it here on youtube: http://youtu.be/MUY89L-g94I

Watch out: It may blow your eardrums into smithereens.

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Xii Boar, “Damage Case”

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The Well on Tour Now with All Them Witches

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 10th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

the well (Photo by Andy Ray Lemon)

Austin riff-rolling three-piece The Well are on the road now — tonight’s a night off, but they’re still out there — alongside Nashville’s All Them Witches. They’ve done a string of shows together on the West Coast already and are headed to the Midwest next, hitting up Salt Lake City and Denver en route to Nebraska, Missouri and so on as they make their way, eventually, back to Texas. The occasion? Well, their Mark Deutrom-produced debut full-length, Samsara (track stream here), came out at the end of September via RidingEasy Records and if you’ve heard it, you know that’s about all the occasion one might need for this run and a couple more after it, garage-doom and classically psychedelic sounds commingling with only the most engaging type of degenerate glee.

The tour runs for another eight days, so if you happen to be in that part of the world, show up and buy something. Info, dates and album stream follow:

the well tour poster

With a progressive sound that stems from a nostalgic desire to blend different musical styles as diverse as Joy Division and Blue Cheer, Austin-based power trio The Well redefine heavy rock by merging massive riffs with sophisticated melodies.

Inspired by early ’70s psych, heavy rock, blues and proto-metal, The Well has created a sound that reflects doom, punk and horror all rolled together into one ghostly rock soundtrack. Their full-length debut Samsara is their strongest collection of songs to date. Produced by Mark Deutrom and released through RidingEasy Records, the masterwork is a stripped down, electric blues fuzzfest and begs to be heard live. After a steady touring schedule that’s seen the band share the stage with international acts such as: Kadavar, Orchid, Fu Manchu, High On Fire, NAAM, Orange Goblin, Pentagram and Dead Meadow guarantees The Well are contenders.

“Writing dark, ominous music is how I deal with life,” admits Ian. “When we play live it’s like expelling the demons.” At a time when rock music is fading among the masses, The Well injects an intoxicating dose of raw adrenaline into a fatigued genre. Their nostalgic reverence, simple structure and modern expression put them at the forefront of today’s heavy rock.

The Well with All Them Witches
11/11 The Shred Shed, Salt Lake City, UT
11/12 Lost Lake, Denver, CO
11/13 Reverb, Omaha, NE
11/14 Riot Room, Kansas City, MO
11/15 The Demo, St. Louis, MO
11/16 The Buccaneer, Memphis TN*
11/17 Tiki, Shreveport, LA*
11/18 Three Links, Dallas, TX*
*no All Them Witches

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The Well, Samsara (2014)

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Black Pyramid Added to Desertfest Berlin 2015

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 10th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

They call them a Massachusetts band, but the truth of the matter is much more complex than that. Their roots are in the Bay State, and Black Pyramid guitarist/vocalist Darryl Shepard still resides there, but drummer Clay Neely lives in Georgia and bassist Dave Gein is on the West Coast in Los Angeles, so it’s not exactly like these dudes are just going to call each other up and meet in a basement and jam and then go play Berlin. The mere fact that they’re getting together at all is an event, let alone that their performance at Desertfest 2015 will be part of a European tour with dates still to be announced.

There hasn’t been much word from Black Pyramid since Neely moved following their 2013 release, Adversarial (review here), and performance at Hellfest in France. With Shepard and Gein having subsequently moved forward with the offshoot project The Scimitar, whose debut, Doomsayer (track stream here), came out earlier this year, it was easy to speculate that Black Pyramid‘s day had come and gone. We’ll see if they manage despite the distance to put together any kind of new offering to coincide with the tour, but even the fact that ShepardGein and Neely are able to coordinate hitting the road is excellent news as far as I’m concerned, even if I’ve got about a snowball’s chance in hell of being there to see it.

Desertfest Berlin kept the announcement short and sweet, confirming Black Pyramid thusly:

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Massachusetts Black Pyramid confirmed to bring their Psychedelic War Metal to DesertFest Berlin 2015! Prepare to be crushed!

DESERTFEST TICKETS available on :
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(83€ + shipping)

DESERTFEST BERLIN #4 – APRIL 23th, 24th, 25th 2015
ASTRA KULTURHAUS / F-HAIN/X-BERG BERLIN (GER)

Red Fang + Orange Goblin + My Sleeping Karma + Black Pyramid + Brutus + Dopethrone + Lo-pan + Mountain Witch + many many more acts:)

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www.soundofliberation.com
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Black Pyramid, Adversarial (2013)

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Roadburn 2015: Anathema Reunion Set Added to Lineup

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 10th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Excellent news today from the Roadburn camp for all fans of things melancholic and British in that Anathema will use the famed Tilburg festival’s 2015 edition as the launch point for a tour they’re calling “Resonance” on which they’ll play material spanning their entire career. To mark the occasion, they’re also bringing out founding vocalist Darren White and former bassist Duncan Patterson for a special reunion to take place headlining Roadburn‘s Sunday date, which may or may not still be the Afterburner (I’m not really sure). White and Patterson were last in the band together in the mid-’90s, and though Anathema have moved very, very, very far away from where they were at that point stylistically, they’ll look to tie it all together on stage at the 013 for those lucky enough to see it.

Announcement and comment from the band and fest follow:

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Anathema To Play Special ‘Resonance’ Set At Roadburn 2015; To Be Joined By Former Members Duncan Patterson and Darren White

It is our honour to announce that Anathema will headline the Sunday date of the 20th edition of Roadburn Festival, at the 013 venue on April 12, 2015 in Tilburg, The Netherlands, with a special performance that will span the innovative British band’s 25-year career, and include special guest appearances by former bassist and songwriter Duncan Patterson and original singer Darren White. The Roadburn show will be one of just a few dates that will make up Anathema’s short 2015 ‘Resonance’ tour.

Anathema have steadily built a loyal following worldwide, and their career trajectory is unlike that of any other band in the last quarter century, and will be reflected and celebrated in reverse chronological order at Roadburn 2015. Starting with the anthemic progressive rock of their recent work (2012’s classic Weather Systems and 2010’s We’re Here Because We’re Here), the performance will gradually move back in time through the more gothic-oriented material of 1998’s Alternative 4 and 1996’s Eternity, all the way back to the pioneering work of 1995’s The Silent Enigma and the 1993 debut Serenades, with Patterson and White joining the band onstage for an historic reunion.

“Roadburn festival [is] a hugely respected institution and has to be the most fitting launch for the Anathema ‘Resonance’ tour, [It will be] a celebration of the band’s entire history, and to be joined by our old friends and comrades Duncan Patterson and Darren White for these exclusive shows will be a very special, potent and positive event for all of us. We hope you can join in this once in a lifetime celebration” – Danny Cavanagh.

This will be one of Roadburn 2015’s absolute highlights, and we can’t express how happy we are that the band has chosen Roadburn for such a once in a lifetime performance. Anathema’s early albums – the lineups with Duncan Patterson and Darren White – as well as the Judgement album have been a huge influence on many bands that have played Roadburn over the years, and they they are a blueprint for the festival itself as well. We’ve been in love with this band since the beginning, and their headlining performance on Sunday is Roadburn’s own tribute to Anathema, a unique opportunity for fans to see the band perform with two crucial early members.

The 20th edition of Roadburn Festival runs from April 9 to 12, 2015 in Tilburg, The Netherlands.

Tickets are still available: http://www.ticketmaster.nl/artist/roadburn-festival-tickets/875833

Curated by Ivar Bjørnson (Enslaved) and Wardruna‘s Einar “Kvitrafn” Selvik, Roadburn Festival 2015 (including Fields of the Nephilim, Anathema, Skuggsjá, Enslaved, Wardruna, Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin performing Dawn of The Dead and Susperia in its entirety, Zombi, Sólstafir, White Hills, Bongipper, Floor, Eyehategod and The Heads as Artist In Residence among others) will run for four days from Thursday, April 9 to Sunday, April 12 at the 013 venue in Tilburg, The Netherlands.

http://www.roadburn.com/roadburn-2015/tickets/
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Anathema, The Silent Enigma (1995)

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Paradise Lost Begin Work on New Album

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 7th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

Paradise Lost‘s last couple albums have been melancholy gems. Both 2012’s Tragic Idol and 2009’s Faith Divides Us — Death Unites Us (review here) drew a line to the rawness of the band’s early work without forgetting the brooding sensibility of their later forays, working under a sonic formula that seemed to be consistently developing while holding to a core of strong songcraft resulting in memorable tracks. Good records, in other words. But as the band continues to try to find their place, they seem to be pushing further back into their own breadth of influence, looking toward their deathly beginnings for where to head next.

We’ll look to the PR wire, as ever, for some explanation:

paradise lost (Photo by Ester Segarra)

PARADISE LOST begins recording new album

After taking a trip back in time with the Tragic Illusion 25 (The Rarities) album and the last studio album Tragic Idol (2012) — which entered the charts at #2 in UK Rock Charts, #6 in Germany, #15 in Austria, #30 in France and #32 in North America Top New Artists/Heatseeker Charts — it’s now time for PARADISE LOST’s 14th studio album!

The band is about to begin the recording sessions for their highly anticipated 14th studio album with Jaimie Gomez Arellano from Orgone Studios in London (GHOST BC, ULVER, CATHEDRAL, ANGEL WITCH / http://www.orgonestudios.com).

PARADISE LOST’s Nick Holmes (vocals) comments: “We wanted to approach the new album differently this time, by embracing the band’s VERY early days with the last few years. We have written a very dark yet melodic album, but this time many songs definitely have a death metal edge, which is something we haven’t done for a long, long time in PARADISE LOST.”

The new album is tentatively scheduled for a worldwide release via Century Media Records in late April 2015. Stay tuned for more news coming soon!

PARADISE LOST online:
http://www.paradiselost.co.uk
http://www.facebook.com/paradiselostofficial
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Paradise Lost, “Loneliness Remains” from Tragic Illusion 25 (2013)

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Corrections House Announce Full US Tour; New Album in 2015

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 7th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Well folks, looks like 2015 is going to be plenty apocalyptic. No doubt it would anyway, what with the endless wars, global warming and ramping up of the presidential campaign, but a little Corrections House never hurts either, unless you count that special punched-in-the-face-with-sound feeling they’re so good at eliciting. The semi-industrial supergroup — yeah, that’s right, I said it — will embark on a coast-to-coast US run beginning at the end of this month in scenic Boston, MA, before working their way south, west and eventually back north up the West Coast.

They do so heralding the coming of a new album in 2015, to be released by Neurot Recordings in what will surely be one of the year’s most anticipated and destructive outings. If you’ll recall, Corrections House‘s debut, Last City Zero, was a speaker-blowing force.

The PR wire has the update:

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CORRECTIONS HOUSE Announces Winter Live Incursion; New Hymns Recorded

CORRECTIONS HOUSE – the bastard sound manipulations of Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Bruce Lamont (Yakuza), Sanford Parker (Minsk) and their recently abducted minister of propaganda, Seward Fairbury – are readying for another round of US live incursions. Set to commence on November 30th in Boston, Massachusetts, the collective will raze nineteen metropolises, with the journey coming to a ceremonial close on December 20th. The tour follows the band’s crushing performance at this year’s Housecore Horror Film Fest.

CORRECTIONS HOUSE Tour 2014:
11/30/2014 Brighton Music Hall – Boston MA
12/01/2014 St. Vitus – Brooklyn, NY
12/02/2014 Café 9 – New Haven, CT
12/03/2014 Metro Gallery – Baltimore, MD
12/04/2014 Strange Matter – Richmond, VA
12/05/2014 Grog Shop – Cleveland, OH
12/06/2014 Pro Arena – Dayton, OH
12/07/2014 Magic Stick Lounge – Detroit, MI
12/08/2014 Cobra Lounge – Chicago, IL
12/09/2014 The High Tone – Memphis, TN
12/10/2014 Siberia – New Orleans, LA
12/11/2014 Fitzgeralds – Houston, TX
12/12/2014 Hotel Vegas – Austin, TX
12/14/2014 Three Links – Dallas, TX
12/16/2014 Club Red – Mesa, AZ
12/17/2014 The Complex – Los Angeles, CA
12/18/2014 Soda Bar – San Diego, CA
12/19/2014 DNA – San Francisco, CA
12/20/2014 Rotture – Portland, OR

CORRECTIONS HOUSE released their Last City Zero debut full-length via Neurot Recordings last year. Produced by Parker at Electrical Audio, Soma Studios, 60 Psycho Hum and Nodferatu’s Lair, Last City Zero is the audio end product of government conspiracies, societal ruin and psychological decay. Traveling far beyond the traditional confines of any one specific genre, Last City Zero is at once beautifully hideous, graceful and terrifying and continues to raise the brows of exploratory fans and critics globally.

CORRECTIONS HOUSE recently put the finishing touches on their forthcoming new full-length, set for release sometime in 2015. In the meantime, check out a live version of (half of) CORRECTIONS HOUSE’s cover of Neil Young’s “Cortez The Killer” from Roadburn below.

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Scott Kelly and Bruce Lamont, “Cortez the Killer” Live at Roadburn 2014

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Lo-Pan Join Lineup for Desertfest Berlin 2015

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 6th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

Hot off the release of their fourth album, Colossus (review here), Ohio fuzz rockers Lo-Pan have been announced as taking part in Desertfest Berlin 2015. The announcement follows a recent schism/split with guitarist Brian Fristoe, and since Lo-Pan are also slated to play Roadburn and have shows booked before then and will be touring Europe as well, one can’t help but wonder who’ll be handling guitar for them going forward. No word has come out yet in that regard, but I’ll let you know when I hear what’s up.

In the meantime, good for the band — who killed when they came through recently with Black Cobra – for getting over to Europe. Feels a little overdue for how hard they’ve slogged it out in the States, but better late than never, and I’m sure they’ll find open arms waiting for them at DesertfestRoadburn and wherever else they might wind up.

lo-pan desertfest berlin

Two-in-one news: first, we are pleased to tell you that fuzz rockers Lo-Pan join the SOL family and will be touring in April! Then, we are proud to add them to our DesertFest Berlin line-up! Stay tuned for more news!

We stoked to announce that fuzz rockers Lo-Pan are now confirmed to kick a good deal of ass at Desertfest Berlin 2015!

With “Colossus”, LO-PAN’s last album – released about a month ago on Small Stone Records – the Columbus’ four-piece have moved beyond their influences and arrived at their own sound – a “style built on aggression without caricature, fuzz without cliché, melody without redundancy and their meanest groove to date.” (The Obelisk)

Do not miss them! DESERTFEST TICKETS available on :
http://woolheads.com/cms/produkt-kategorie/festivalmerchandise/desertfestberlin/tickets-desertfestberlin/
(83€ + shipping)

DESERTFEST BERLIN #4 – APRIL 23th, 24th, 25th 2015
ASTRA KULTURHAUS / F-HAIN/X-BERG BERLIN (GER)

Red Fang + Orange Goblin + My Sleeping Karma + Brutus + Dopethrone + Lo-pan + Mountain Witch + many many more acts

www.desertfest.de
www.soundofliberation.com
https://www.facebook.com/lopandemic
https://www.facebook.com/DesertfestBerlin
http://smallstone.bandcamp.com/album/colossus

Lo-Pan, Colossus (2014)

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