Kadavar Announce South American Tour Dates

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 28th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Before German classic heavy rockers Kadavar kick off their Mexican, US and Canadian dates in support of their third album, Berlin (review here), which is out now on Nuclear Blast, the three-piece will be hitting South America for a run of shows in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Chile presented by Abraxas Events. This will be Kadavar‘s first time on the continent, and they’ll arrive as headliners for Abraxas Fest on Sept. 20, which also features locals Muñoz Duo and Monster Coyote.

Dates and ticket links follow, along with some info sent over by Abraxas about what they’ve got going at the fest and Kadavar‘s recently-announced North American dates, which start directly after the South American run ends:

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KADAVAR – South America

On September it is also our second anniversary as Abraxas and we do a (yet) small festival in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo to celebrate it, with a foreign band headlining and some local bands we book//manage on the bill as well. Last year we had Radio Moscow and now we’ll have Kadavar.

We have announced two bands so far (Monster Coyote and Muñoz) in addition to Kadavar and a 4th one will be announced next week. The 4 bands will play in Sao Paulo in the 19th, then I’ll get everyone inside a bus and drive to Rio de Janeiro to play the 20th.

18/9 – Goiania, Brazil @ Martim Cererê
Tickets: https://www.sympla.com.br/drops-vaca-amarela-l-kadavar-ale-i-1809-cc-martim-cerere__37634

19/9 – São Paulo, Brazil @ Inferno Club
Tickets: https://www.sympla.com.br/abraxas-fest-2015—sao-paulo—1909–inferno-club__37841

20/9 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil @ Teatro Odisseia
Tickets: https://www.sympla.com.br/abraxas-fest-2015—rio-de-janeiro—2009–teatro-odisseia__37844

23/9 – Florianópolis, Brazil @ Célula Showcase
Tickets: https://www.sympla.com.br/kadavar–munoz–florianopolis-sc–230915__37319

24/9 – Buenos Aires, Argentina @ The Roxy Live
Tickets: http://www.ticketek.com.ar/kadavar/roxy-live

25/9 – Montevideo, Uruguay @ Bluzz Live
Tickets: http://tickantel.com.uy/svefrontend/espectaculo/Kadavar-en-Bluzz-Live-32958707.html

26/9 – Santiago, Chile @ Centro El Cerro
Tickets: http://www.puntoticket.com/Evento.aspx?EventoID=CGB002

KADAVAR tour dates:
September 28 Mexico, City, Mexico El Plaza Condesa
September 30 Brooklyn, NY Saint Vitus Bar
October 2 Philadelphia, PA Ortlieb’s Lounge
October 3 Pittsburgh, PA The Smiling Moose
October 4 Chicago, IL Double Door
October 7 Memphis, TN Hi-Tone Cafe

KADAVAR w/ The Sword:
October 9 Dallas, TX Gas Monkey Live
October 10 Austin, TX The Mohawk
October 11 Houston, TX Fitzgerald’s
October 13 Lawrence, KS Granada Theatre
October 14 Madison, WI Majestic Theatre
October 15 Iowa City, IA Gabe’s
October 16 Minneapolis, MN Mill City Nights
October 17 Omaha, NE The Waiting Room
October 18 Tulsa, OK Cain’s Ballroom
October 20 Mesa, AZ Club Red
October 21 Las Vegas, NV Vinyl
October 22 Solana Beach, CA Belly Up Tavern
October 23 San Francisco, CA Slim’s
October 27 Seattle, WA Neumos
October 28 Vancouver, BC The Rickshaw Theatre
October 29 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom

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Bee and Flower Reissue What’s Mine is Yours LP

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 27th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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If you know the record at all, it’s likely you already have the CD, but even if not, Bee and Flower‘s What’s Mine is Yours was released in 2003 on Neurot. It’s remained something of a curio since then in the Neurot discography, but in terms of the actual listen, it’s a deceptively rich experience, brightly experimental and melodic, but cohesive throughout and organic sounding in what was a moment right on the cusp of when that kind of thing actually started to matter. 12 years later, the material retains its individual identity. What’s Mine is Yours has just been reissued by Inherent Records as a 2LP, and to my knowledge it’s the first time it’s been out on vinyl.

The PR wire has it like this:

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BEE AND FLOWER “WHAT’S MINE IS YOURS” 2X VINYL REISSUE

Bee and Flower and Inherent Records are pleased to announce for first time available on vinyl, the reissue of the band’s debut release, What’s Mine Is Yours,which originally was released on CD in 2003 on Neurot Recordings. Spanning the band’s discography of three albums, several singles, EP’s, films scores and compilation tracks, What’s Mine Is Yours has remained a personal favorite of the band and its fans for years. Here’s a vintage music clip directed by Josh Graham (Soundgarden, Sleep, Florence & the Machine, Neurosis, etc).

The vinyl comes as a 2XLP at 45 rpm w/ digital download. Included on the reissue is “Dust and Sparks,” a bombastic and terrifying track recorded at the original sessions at Martin Bisi’s BC Studios, but not included on the CD release. Newly mastered, the song is included as the final track on side D. Vinyl mastering was done by Doug Henderson (micro-moose studios Berlin) whose clients include Blonde Redhead, Swans, Antony and the Johnsons, and more.

Pressed at a limited quantity of 250 units, a very limited number of copies will have shards of the original silk lantern whose image graced the album’s cover. The lantern lived in singer/bassist/songwriter Dana Schechter’s apartment in Brooklyn and until its near disintegration, has illuminated, over the years, the same walls where the original cover photo was taken. The “Limited Edition” packages are provided at a first come, first served basis. There will be no additional reserves available and they can not be duplicated, ever.

BEE AND FLOWER was founded in New York City in 2000 by singer-songwriter, bassist, composer and producer Dana Schechter — who recently released the full length debut from her current project “Insect Ark — with Original members Roderick Miller, Lynn Wright, Jon Petrow, and Ani Cordero while a recording / touring member of Micheal Gira’s (Swans) band Angels of Light.

The band released three full-length studio albums, a split 10″, a 7″, two feature film scores, various compilation tracks, and two fully animated music videos. Collaborators in studio & stage have included members of Angels of Light, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Swans, Calexico, and more. The core band moved from NYC to Berlin, from 2004-2008.

Orders are available from Inherent Records http://www.inherentrecords.com/

Side A
1) I Know Your Name
2) Twin Stars
3) Wounded Walking
Side B
4) Riding on Empty
5) Let it Shine
6) On the Mouth
Side C
7) Something Good
8) Carpenter’s Fern
9) Dupe
Side D
10) This Time
11) Dust & Sparks *
(*unreleased track)

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Bee and Flower, “I Know Your Name” official video

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Seamount to Release Nitro Jesus Oct. 9

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 20th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

If you’d asked, and I realize you didn’t but since we’re already talking about it we might as well press on, I probably wouldn’t have said it had been four years since the last Seamount album came out, but the numbers don’t lie. The Church Within will issue what amounts to their fifth full-length release on Oct. 9 in the righteously-titled Nitro Jesus. The cross-Atlantic collaboration between guitarist Tim Schmidt in Germany and vocalist Phil Swanson in the Northeastern US has been going since 2007, and clearly they’re not screwing around at this point, because I don’t care who you are, you don’t call your record Nitro Jesus unless you mean business.

CD is out in Oct. and vinyl in Nov. The PR wire brings further details:

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SEAMOUNT – Nitro Jesus (The Church Within Records)

RELEASE INFO

SEAMOUNT – “Nitro Jesus”
Label: The Church Within Records
Release date: 09.10.2015 (CD) ; 20.11.2015 (Vinyl)
Formats: CD & Double 10” Gatefold Vinyl
Distribution: Alive
Genre: Classic Dark/Doom Rock

SEAMOUNT began in 2007 as an idea of guitarist Tim Schmidt in Würzburg, Germany under the influence of his fondness for the melodic hard rock and heavy metal style of bands like the Obsessed, AC/DC, Black Sabbath and so many others. On his search for the proper vocalist American singer Phil Swanson introduced himself as a potential candidate for the position and without much more thought the two moved forward quickly writing their debut “NTODRM” an acronym for “New Torch of Doom Rock Music” a term coined between the two members from their very first conversation about SEAMOUNT and its musical direction.

The initial 2008 debut was released as an interactive free download before getting picked up for a double vinyl gatefold pressing by Merciless Records which was followed by SEAMOUNT’s first European tour that culminated a successful opening of Hammer of Dooms inaugural festival.

Just more than a year later SEAMOUNT returned in 2009 with a slightly more experimental approach on “Light and Truth” which found them the new welcome home of Church Within Records that had a highlighted tour opening Doom Shall Rise.

Almost a year to the day SEAMOUNT returned in 2010 again with their third release of “Sacrifice” that received their greatest appreciation to date with numerous favored reviews and best of year accolades. Another record meant another quick European tour of support this time with label mates Serpent Venom and at the time Orchid.

SEAMOUNT then went back to the writing and recording process taking two years time to release 2012’s bold concept record of love and spirituality “Earthmother”. The bands fourth and bravest effort was surprisingly well received despite its parsimonious indulgence.

After “Earthmother” SEAMOUNT took a break from live appearances and for the first time slowed its writing process until they gathered up their ideas for this new 2015 release of their fifth studio recording “Nitro Jesus” that brings back the straight ahead vibe of “Sacrifice” and “NTODRM”, prioritizing a more hook oriented style that puts SEAMOUNT ‘s adroitness for rhythm and melody to a prominent forefront, proudly stating the idea of traditional songwriting above all else. Enjoy!

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Seamount, IV: Earthmother (2012)

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Kadavar Announce US Tour; Berlin out Tomorrow

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 20th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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This was bound to happen. German trio Kadavar made headway on US shores in support of their 2013 sophomore outing, Abra Kadavar (review here), so it’s no surprise that they’re planning on coming back in a big way to herald the arrival of their third full-length, Berlin (review here). As it happens, the new record is out tomorrow, Aug. 21, on Nuclear Blast, so the timing couldn’t be better to unveil the tour plans, which thus far include dates alongside The Sword and All Them Witches and headlining shows as well for what no doubt will just prove to be the beginning of a considerable album cycle leading into 2016.

I’ll turn it over to the PR wire with the details:

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KADAVAR Announces North American Tour Dates

Headlining Shows, Two Week Trek with The Sword Amongst Month-Long Fall Tour Slate

Psych-Metal Power Trio to Release New Album, ‘Berlin’, August 21

Psych-metal trio KADAVAR will release its new album, Berlin, on August 21 via Nuclear Blast Records. The record is the band’s third, following its 2012 debut, Kadavar, which was hailed as “perfectly styled 70s psych-metal from a Berlin trio that cheated on Led Zeppelin with Pentagram” by SPIN and 2013’s Abra Kadavar, deftly described as “metallic rivets of Seventies muscle rock” by the Austin Chronicle. Now, with the release of Berlin, KADAVAR puts its best foot forward, delivering a tour-de-force of an album that is at once powerful, expressive, confident, and commanding; inspired by both their beloved hometown and the hundreds of foreign cities the band has rocked during its never-ending global travels.

Today, KADAVAR announces fall North American tour dates in support of the new album. The band will kick off the autumn jaunt on September 28, with a headlining show in Mexico City. The trio will follow with headlining dates in Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Chicago and Memphis before meeting up with like-minded rockers The Sword for two weeks’ worth of dates that will launch on October 9 in Dallas, TX. The just-announced tour itinerary is as follows:

KADAVAR tour dates:
September 28 Mexico, City, Mexico El Plaza Condesa
September 30 Brooklyn, NY Saint Vitus Bar
October 2 Philadelphia, PA Ortlieb’s Lounge
October 3 Pittsburgh, PA The Smiling Moose
October 4 Chicago, IL Double Door
October 7 Memphis, TN Hi-Tone Cafe

KADAVAR w/ The Sword:
October 9 Dallas, TX Gas Monkey Live
October 10 Austin, TX The Mohawk
October 11 Houston, TX Fitzgerald’s
October 13 Lawrence, KS Granada Theatre
October 14 Madison, WI Majestic Theatre
October 15 Iowa City, IA Gabe’s
October 16 Minneapolis, MN Mill City Nights
October 17 Omaha, NE The Waiting Room
October 18 Tulsa, OK Cain’s Ballroom
October 20 Mesa, AZ Club Red
October 21 Las Vegas, NV Vinyl
October 22 Solana Beach, CA Belly Up Tavern
October 23 San Francisco, CA Slim’s
October 27 Seattle, WA Neumos
October 28 Vancouver, BC The Rickshaw Theatre
October 29 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom

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https://twitter.com/kadavarofficial
https://instagram.com/kadavargram/
http://media.nuclearblast.de/shoplanding/2015/Kadavar/berlin.html

Kadavar, “Last Living Dinosaur” official video

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Wight, Helicopter Mama 7″: Fly On, Baby

Posted in Reviews on August 14th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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They’re in and out in under 10 minutes, but Wight‘s new 7″, Helicopter Mama b/w I Wanna Know What You Feel (which we’ll shorted to just Helicopter Mama from here on out), could easily serve as a landmark for the German band going forward. Pressed in an edition of 333 copies with 111 in black, 111 in green and 111 others in various color vinyl and released by Fat and Holy Records to coincide with an Aug. 2015 European tour (info here) and help fund the making of their next full-length, it’s also the first studio work they’ve done since their second album, Through the Woods into Deep Water (review here) came out in 2012.

True, they’ve had a couple live digital offerings since, but Helicopter Mama marks a return to the studio, and it’s also their first outing as a foursome, having recorded Through the Woods into Deep Water and their 2011 debut, Wight Weedy Wight (review here), as the trio of guitarist/vocalist/recording engineer René Hofmann, bassist Peter-Philipp Schierhorn and Thomas Kurek prior to adding percussionist Steffen Kirchpfening in 2014. That is a big change in itself, but even the jump from a three- to a four-piece doesn’t really capture the scale of the progression Wight have evidently undertaken in the last three years. Where Through the Woods into Deep Water brimmed with heavy psychedelic vitality, exploding its way through earthy but still spacious jams and rolling riffs, Helicopter Mama is even more of a turn than that album was as compared to Wight Weedy Wight, leaving behind most of the psychedelic flourish and instead digging into a classic soul and funk influence across both “Helicopter Mama” and “I Wanna Know What You Feel.”

Calling it a surprise would be underselling it, but Wight warned their listeners ahead of the new songs making their way out that they were up to something different going forward, and while it’s entirely possible that by the time they get around to their third long-player, they’ll be on a completely different trip, it’s worth noting that they do a heavy funk style extremely well. “Helicopter Mama” — which I didn’t at first until I read the lyrics, but you’ve probably heard the phrase “helicopter parent” before, so extrapolate from that — is wah-soaked ’70s-style funk, what they used to call “hard funk,” and it shows a decided Funkadelic/Sly Stone influence, but Hofmann delivers a soulful vocal that not only makes it believable, but winds up carrying the track as a whole.

It starts with a gong hit and a snare roll, but “Helicopter Mama” itself is all swank and swing, and it keeps its loose feel for the duration, through verses and choruses and into a heavier vibing second half, Kirchpfening making his presence felt while the track nestles into a late chorus that brings to mind some of Cherry Choke‘s soulful psychedelics without losing either its rhythmic pulse or forward movement. Last line of the song is “Some things never change,” but clearly some things do. This fusion continues to be the core of what Wight bring to the table on “I Wanna Know What You Feel,” but they tilt the balance more to the rock side, and wind up absolutely nailing a modernized take on a Rare EarthHumble Pie-style funk/rock blend, complete with a backing chorus, consistent psychedelic underpinnings to the classic blues rock swing and a push into a gospel-style vocal arrangement that not only ties together with “Helicopter Mama”‘s funkified spirit, but further expands the context of Wight‘s aesthetic shift as well.

So Wight are both embarking on this stylistic turn and showing an immediate range within it on Helicopter Mama, which makes the 7″ even more impressive. It would be one thing if they came into the tracks sort of hemming about and timid, but between how Hofmann belts out “Helicopter Mama” from the gut and the swaggering groove of “I Wanna Know What You Feel,” the only thing one might call “safe” about the release is the fact that the band clearly waited until they knew what they were doing before they put it out. They’ve given themselves multiple avenues through which to continue to grow, and I’d very much doubt these two songs are the limits of what they’re looking to accomplish within this range — or, for that matter, outside of it, since if Wight came back with a record that tied these sounds with some of the last record’s jammy propensity, it would be hard to say it didn’t make sense as a next move.

Neither would I mind if they pushed their funkish propensity into all-out weirdness and wound up layering in effected solos and backwards loops à la some 1970-style soul weirdness. Only their next record will tell where they wind up, and even that will only tell as far as itself, but it says something about the success of the sampling Wight give on Helicopter Mama that it’s so easy to be excited about what they might do to follow it up. Until they get there, they’ve given those familiar with their past work a look at where they’re headed and offered anyone who hadn’t climbed on board yet a welcoming reason and means by which to do so. Again, it’s a quick offering, but it accomplishes much in its short runtime and I’ve very quickly come to consider it among the best short releases I’ve heard in 2015.

Wight, Helicopter Mama (2015)

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Paper Spook Release Debut EP Midsummer Sensation

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 10th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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German dream rock twosome Paper Spook made their debut in June with the single “Seven Dimensions,” and from what I can tell that’s the first collaboration between guitarist David Nilsson and vocalist Juju Lund, who self-recorded the lo-fi track to be included as one of seven on their 27-minute debut EP, Midsummer Sensation. Perhaps aspirational in its title, the collection is nonetheless a brightly colorful and immersive rending of stylized psychedelia, Lund‘s vocals at the head of a languid, full-band flow marked out by the interplay of reverb-heavy guitars and periodic bouts of keys and other floaty-type swirls.

As to whether the Berlin outfit wind up the midsummer sensation in terms of the response to the release, that remains to be seen, but whatever else Lund and Nilsson do on their first outing, they do capture a particular warmth and haze true to the season. The tracks are out now through various digital outlets — as they say, the usual suspects — and a vinyl edition is reportedly to follow, though I don’t have an exact date on when. For now, I’m pleased enough to let my brain drift along “Because of Rock ‘n’ Roll.” The rest can sort itself out later.

Announcement — more or less as it originally appeared – and audio follow:

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Paper Spook debut EP out now

Exciting news for Paper Spook! After an 18 hour-mastering marathon we are excited to announce that we are going to release our debut EP “MIDSUMMER SENSATION” on August 9th.

The EP contains 7 psyched out, reverb-soaked, magic dream-pop california roadtrip rock’n’roll tunes and will be available on iTunes, Amazon, BandCamp, Spotify, Apple Music, Soundcloud and the other usual suspects.

We recorded the EP over the last couple of months in our home studio in Berlin and it was mixed and mastered by the legendary Kevin Reiter at Kaleidoscope Studios Berlin.

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Paper Spook, Midsummer Sensation (2015)

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GIVEAWAY: Enter to Win Refugeeum by Black Space Riders

Posted in Features on August 6th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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[TO ENTER GIVEAWAY: I’m very sorry but winners have been picked and this giveaway has ended. The post will remain live for archival purposes. Many thanks to all who entered for being a part of it.]

Going out the door today are TWO copies of Black Space Riders‘ fourth album, Refugeeum. Released at the end of last month, the CD features the latest round of exploits from the deeply adventurous German outfit, who depart the spacey thematics of their prior work for more earthbound fare, of course retaining their progressive edge all the while. It’s a difficult one to know what to expect if you haven’t heard their prior outings — or, for that matter, if you have — but the full stream of the record is below if you’d like to get a sample ahead of time, though what you have to lose either way is beyond me.

As opposed to what you have to win, which is a free CD sent to you, no strings attached. So please, enter by leaving a comment on this post. Make sure your email is in the comment form and I’ll get in touch if you’ve won. Good luck and my thanks to all who enter!

Album info and stream follow:

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The new, fourth album by BLACK SPACE RIDERS is here … and it’s called Refugeeum! Refugeeum, as in “refugees” as well as in “refuge.” Deeply moved by what is currently happening on this planet, the band has left its orbital wanderings at least thematically and turned instead to an earthly, eternal issue. The whole album is pervaded by a sublime and uplifting atmosphere that oscillates between dreamy and gripping, sadness and hope, longing and pursuit. The songs are complex, yet catchy, and continue to resonate for a long time after listening.

Lead singers JE and SEB work in harmony in expression, feeling and versatility. The guitars dare to even greater openness and clarity. In every song, there are exciting, and at the same time often unexpected, grooves, a rich bass foundation, and a drumming that develops and drives the song. The band has expanded its original fat riff and space cosmos to encompass anthemic and melodic lead guitars. It integrates playful beats, and trip-hop, dub, and New Wave elements. This makes Refugeeum exciting and varied. An album that’s like a journey. Varied and yet fluent, a unified whole. An album that also takes a stance. Refugeeum sounds great, has something to say, is moving, and also great to listen to!

Black Space Riders, Refugeeum (2015)

[TO ENTER GIVEAWAY: I’m very sorry but winners have been picked and this giveaway has ended. The post will remain live for archival purposes. Many thanks to all who entered for being a part of it.]

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Der Weg einer Freiheit Announce US Tour Dates

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 5th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Touring to support their third album, Stellar, German black metallers Der Weg einer Freiheit will come to American shores for the first time next month. The tour focuses on the East Coast and hits into the Midwest, but the roundout gig at the Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn has to be a focal point. They’ll be joined for the run by labelmates Barishi, and there’s still one date yet to be announced, so I guess if you’re somewhere between Chicago and Rochester, NY — here’s looking at you, Pittsburgh — it might be a good time to reach out.

The PR wire brings details:

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DER WEG EINER FREIHEIT announce first-ever US tour

German underground black metal visionaries DER WEG EINER FREIHEIT have announced their first-ever US tour. The tour, which begins on September 24 in Allentown, PA will see the band travel throughout the American east coast before concluding on October 7 in Brooklyn, NY. The tour sees the band joined by newly-signed label mates BARISHI. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.

DER WEG EINER FREIHEIT are touring in support of their ambitious new album, ‘Stellar’.

Established in 2009, DER WEG EINER FREIHEIT have since made waves across the underground black metal scene in Germany with the release of two full length albums and well-received Eps in between. In their short time as a band, DER WEG EINER FREIHEIT has already toured alongside SHINING, ENSIFERUM, THE OCEAN, and more, and already performed at several festivals in Europe including Graspop, Summer Breeze Open Air, Hellfest, Blastfest, With Full Force Open Air, Barther Metal Open Air and Wolfszeit Festival.

“[DER WEG EINER FREIHEIT is] the future of German Extreme-Metal” – Mille Petrozza, Kreator

DER WEG EINER FREIHEIT tour dates:
9/24 Allentown, PA @ Good Weekend
9/25 Chesapeake, VA @ Riffhouse Pub
9/26 Raleigh, NC @ The Maywood
9/27 Charlotte, NC @ Tremont Music Hall
9/28 Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
9/29 Nashville, TN @ The End
9/30 St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
10/01 Madison, WI @ Willy Street Bar and Grill
10/02 Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s Rock Club
10/03 TBA
10/04 Rochester, NY @ Bug Jar
10/05 Burlington, VT @ Nectar’s
10/06 Allston, MA @ O’Brien’s Pub
10/07 Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus Bar

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Der Weg einer Freiheit, Stellar (2015)

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