Recent Posts in tour dates - Page 5
December 16, 2014
by Andrew Sacher
Pianos Become the Teeth at Webster Studio in October (more by Mimi Hong)
Title Fight already have an awesomely billed tour with La Dispute and The Hotelier coming up that hits NYC on 3/27 at Webster Hall (tickets), and they've since added another appearance happening in the NYC-area that same weekend. They headline Long Island's Spring Mixtape Fest on Saturday, March 28 at Revolution which includes a stacked lineup of Bane, Pianos Become the Teeth, Defeater, Superheaven, Capital, Give, High Card and Soda Bomb. Tickets for that are on sale now. Show flyer and updated list of TF dates below.
That's not the only upcoming bill Pianos Become the Teeth and Superheaven share. They also team up with Diamond Youth (Topshelf) and Black Clouds (Geoff Rickly's label) later this month in Baltimore for what will be Pianos' first hometown show in over a year and a half. All Pianos dates are listed below.
Pianos Become the Teeth also gave us a list of their favorite records of 2014 (Title Fight recently told us theirs). It's a diverse list, ranging from metal vets At the Gates to EDM producer Porter Robinson to Sun Kil Moon. Check out their whole list, with commentary, and those lists of dates, below...
Elisa Ambrogio of noise rock trio Magik Markers released her not-noisy solo debut, The Immoralist, earlier this year and will be heading on tour again in support of it this January. The tour is with banjo player and Pelt member Nathan Bowles (who put out the Nansemond LP on Paradise of Bachelors this year), and it culminates in NYC on January 31 at Silent Barn with Pal Berta and the amazingly named Surfbort (who we just caught with Fat White Family).
All dates are listed, with the video for "Superstitious" from Elisa's album and streams of two tracks from Nathan's album, below...
The Gaslight Anthem at ACL 2014 (more by Tim Griffin)
The Gaslight Anthem recently announced a tour with The Scandals and Northcote which hits NYC on February 28 at Terminal 5. Not surprisingly, that show sold right out, but those three bands have now added a second NYC show happening February 26 at Webster Hall. Tickets for the newly-added show go on fan club presale today (12/16) at 10 AM with the general on-sale starting 10 AM on Friday (12/19).
Updated Gaslight Anthem dates are listed below...
Girlpool at BV-CMJ 2014 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
It's been just over a year since The Le Sigh put out the first edition of their zine and accompanying compilation tape, and the blog's second release is coming on December 21. The blog and zine highlight women in music and art, and the second issue of their zine is themed around "The Occult." It features unpublished work from artists Faye Orlove, Phoebe Harris, Caitlin Hazell, Ilenia Madelaire, Beth Heinly, Hana Haley, Samantha Conlon, Alana Questell, Leah Rials and Lindsay Bottos.
Girlpool, Slutever, All Dogs, Parasol, Fleabite, Jawbreaker Reunion, Free Cake for Every Creature, Littler, Gurr, Alice, Boy Spit, Marge, Florist, Cyberbully Mom Club, Cynthia Ann Schemmer, Couples Counseling, Harmony Tividad, Adult Mom, Zone Out, Manors and SALES have all contributed tunes to the accompanying tape, you can check out Girlpool's track "Alone At The Show" below.
The Le Sigh is throwing a release party for the tape in NYC at The Silent Barn on Sunday (12/21) with performances from Jawbreaker Reunion, Free Cake for Every Creature, Manors and Adult Mom. You can pick up the zine/tape combo for $20 and the tape will be available on its own for $8 at the show. $8 at the door gets you in.
Though they won't be at the release show, Girlpool did just re-release their debut EP on Wichita and are playing a few dates around California in the coming months. Those dates are listed, with their contribution to the tape and the Silent Barn show flyer, below...
by Andrew Sacher
Electric Wizard at MDF 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro)
The last time Electric Wizard played the US was MDF 2012, and that was their first show here since 2002. Now the UK doom masters have announced a full North American tour for 2015 with Satan's Satyrs kicking off in Philly in late March and ending on April 19 in LA! The tour includes a NYC show happening on April 2 at Webster Hall, which looks like it will be their first show in the city since playing North Six in 2002. Tickets for Webster go on sale at 10 AM on Friday (12/19). All dates are listed below.
Electric Wizard released their eighth album this year, the excellent Time to Die. It's the kind of evil psychedelic doom that EW mastered on their seminal albums Come My Fanatics... and Dopethrone that still no one does quite like them. Watch a fan-made, band-approved video for "We Love the Dead" from that album, with the tour flyer and list of dates, below.
December 15, 2014
Youth Code at Best Buy Theatre earlier this month (more by Greg Cristman)
L.A. industrial/hardcore duo Youth Code have announced a one-off NYC show at Saint Vitus on January 27, where they'll be joined by like-minded harsh-electronics outfits Statiqbloom and Sannhet. Tickets are on sale now. Youth Code, who put out a new EP earlier this year, are currently on tour with Skinny Puppy, with whom they've already played a bunch of shows this year. (Skinny Puppy are also not happy with the U.S. government using their music in Guantanamo torture). They'll also be headed to Sweden in 2015 for Kollaps Festival. Full lineup for that fest is listed below.
As mentioned, Statiqbloom just had to postpone the remainder of their tour with Corrections House, due to that band's singer, Mike "IX" Williams, being ill. Sannhet, meanwhile, have a new album due out in March called Revisionist and it's being released via The Flenser.
All upcoming dates for the Youth Code are listed, along with Sannhet's new album teaser, a stream of Statiqbloom's new split with Zex Model, and a stream of Youth Code's recent EP A Place To Stand, below.
Corrections House at Saint Vitus in 2013 (more by Caroline Harrison)
Heavy supergroup Corrections House have been touring with Statiqbloom for the past few weeks, having stopped in NYC to play Saint Vitus earlier this month. The tour had been scheduled to continue for the next week, but remaining dates have been postponed due to health issues for Corrections House co-frontman Mike "IX" Williams, also of Eyehategod. Luckily it doesn't sound terribly serious, as it seems Mike is just burnt out from a year of hard touring with his various projects, and has been prescribed rest and vitamins by his doctor. In an official statement, he writes, "Overwork, nonstop travel, overexertion on stage and poor eating habits will eventually grind you to rubble. I need a bit of time to heal and repair my wounded body and mind." The use of the word "postponed" from the band seems to imply that they will try to reschedule the cancelled dates at some point down the road. Here's hoping that happens, and that Mike gets well soon. Meanwhile, Statiqbloom will be playing with Sannhet and Youth Code at Brooklyn's Saint Vitus in January.
In a bit of a consolation prize, you can now watch video of Corrections House's full set from Saint Vitus earlier this month (via Pit Full of Shit). Check that out below, along with a list of cancelled dates.
Punk Rock Bowling 2015 already announced its initial lineup which includes great names such as Refused, Rancid, The Muffs, Murder City Devils, Discharge and more, and now the rest of the fest has been revealed. Joining those bands will be Sick of It All, Turbonegro, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine, A Wilhelm Scream and more. Tickets go on sale January 10 at 1 PM PST.
Full lineup below...
Party rockers The Growlers released Chinese Fountain back in September which found the band in a laid-back mood, drawing inspiration from twangy early-'60s rock, with a few danceable numbers in there as well. You can stream the whole thing, and watch the video for "Good Advice," below.
The band were last in town right around the new album's release but will be touring again in the new year, wrapping things up in NYC with four consecutive nights at Baby's All Right on March 4 - 7. The 3/4 show is all-ages, the 3/5 show is 18+ and the 3/6 & 3/7 shows are 21+ (those last two also start at midnight). Tickets for all four NYC shows are on sale now. All dates are listed below.
The Twilight Sad in Boston in 2012 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
Earlier this year, The Twilight Sad dropped their latest album Nobody Wants To Be Here and Nobody Wants To Leave on FatCat, and it was recently named #1 Album of the Year by Drowned In Sound. Now, they are set to headline a North American tour in support of it in 2015, which includes SXSW and a NYC date happening on February 24 at Baby's All Right. Tickets for the NYC show go on sale at 10 AM on Friday (12/19), and a fan presale for all dates begins Wednesday (12/17) via the band's website.
The band are also now streaming their cover of Arthur Russell's "I Couldn't Say It To Your Face," which was originally only available on their tour EP, Oran Mor. That EP will be expanded in 2015, but most details are still TBA. Meanwhile, listen to the cover, with the list of tour dates, below...