Female fronted Gothic Industrial Pop band Chamber Of Echoes has announced that they will be supporting God Module on the 2014 “False Face” tour. The Witch Was Right, Mordacious, & Prodcuct also play support on the tour. Chamber Of Echoes joins the tour on February 22nd in San Diego, California and finishes up on March 7th in Las Vegas, Nevada.
February 22 – Kensington Club – San Diego, California
February 23 – Pub Rock Live – Scottsdale, Arizona
February 25 – Lowbrow Palace – El Paso, Texas
February 27 – Smokin Aces – McAllen, Texas
February 28 – Limelight – San Antonio, Texas
March 1 – Elysium – Austin, Texas
March 2 – The Church – Dallas, Texas
March 4 – Leon’s Lounge – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
March 6 – Area 51 – Salt Lake City, Utah
March 7 – Backstage Bar – Las Vegas, Nevada
Watch Chamber of Echoes: “World of Silence” (Official Music Video)
Chamber of Echoes is a Los Angeles based female fronted and produced industrial pop/rocktronica/visual music project, conceived by vocalist, musician, composer, producer, artist, and designer Klaryssa Korolenkov. The band is more that just a “band”, but a multi-media project that combines live musical performance, visual projections, costume design, visual art and design.
The band is preparing to release their first full-length album titled “World of Silence.”
They band has been working on the new album in the studio with Ted Phelps (Imperative Reaction, System Syn, Inure,Metropolis Records), and are collaborating with lead artist Kellee Riley of the Mattel doll series “Monster High”, for custom merchandise designs in preparation of the album’s release.
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