LOMA PRIETA ANNOUNCES U.S. TOUR DATES WITH GOODTIME BOYS IN MARCH & APRIL

By on February 13, 2013

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Bay Area, CA’s Loma Prieta is on tour in support of their debut album for Deathwish, titled I.V., which was released last year and hailed as  “…ambitious, tooth-grinding, and feedback-fucking in a Dropdead-meets-Pg. 99 cyclone of bile, I.V. adds chaos to injury in the best possible way” by the AV Club.  Formed in 2005, Loma Prieta have been a mainstay of the Bay Area hardcore community for more than half a decade. In that time they have released four 12 inch records and two 7 inch records mostly on their own label, Discos Huelga. They have also toured the U.S., Japan, Canada, and Mexico numerous times, all while members play in several other hardcore bands (Punch, Beau Navire, Us Haunted Bodies).  While Loma Prieta’s sound is difficult to describe, it is clear that they come from the rich tradition of creative Bay Area hardcore bands such as Mohinder, Funeral Diner, Bread and Circuits, Yaphet Kotto, and Indian Summer. Eschewing sub-genres in favor of organically writing songs that are personally fulfilling, each Loma Prieta record is substantially different from the last. Nonetheless, Loma Prieta have managed to forge a distinctive form of expression that is entirely their own.

 

The UK’s Goodtime Boys, a new addition to the Bridge Nine Records roster, recently released their debut LP for the label, What’s Left To Let Go. This 10-track album was mastered by Jay Maas (Defeater, Bane) and features five tracks from Goodtime Boys’ previously released EP Are We Now or Have We Ever Been and five brand new songs.  The album was called …nothing short of a masterpiece. It’s moving, and emotionally gripping, and definitely on my list for Album of the Year…” by The New Review.  This tour will mark Goodtime Boys’ first US tour ever.

 

 

LOMA PRIETA – ON TOUR 

March 12 – San Diego, CA @ Che Café w/ Griever, Nervous

March 13 – Phoenix, AZ+++ @ The Nile w/ Nervous

March 14 – El Paso, TX+++ @ TBA w/ Nervous

March 15 – Austin, TX @ 1808 w/ A Life Once Lost, Powertrip, RZL DZL, Whirr

March 16 – Austin, TX @ SXSW w/ Goodtime Boys

March 17 – Austin, TX @ SXSW

March 18 – Oklahoma, City, OK @ TBA w/ Goodtime Boys

March 19 – St. Louis, MO @ The Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center w/ Goodtime Boys

March 20 – Knoxville, TN @ TBA w/ Goodtime Boys

March 21 – Atlanta, GA @ Wonder Root w/ Goodtime Boys

March 22 – Orlando, FL @ Will’s Pub w/ Goodtime Boys

March 23 – Miami, FL @ TBA w/ Goodtime Boys

March 24 – Fort Myers, FL @ TBA w/ Goodtime Boys

March 25 – Tampa, FL @ Epic Problems w/ Goodtime Boys

March 26 – Jacksonville, FL @ Burro Bar w/ Goodtime Boys

March 27 – Columbia, SC @ 5 Points Pub w/ Goodtime Boys

March 30 – Baltimore, MD @ Charm City Art Space w/ Goodtime Boys

April 1 – Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church w/ Paint it

Black, Joyce Manor, Congenital Death, Bad Side

April 2 – Brooklyn, NY @ St. Vitus w/ Goodtime Boys

April 4 – Prospect, CT @ Prospect VFW w/ Goodtime Boys

April 5 – Boston, MA @ Democracy Center w/ Goodtime Boys

April 6 – Providence, RI @ AS220 w/ Goodtime Boys, Fucking Invincible

April 7 – Montreal, QB @ Basement

April 8 – Toronto, ON @ Parts and Labour

April 10 – Royal Oak, MI @ Genesis

April 11 – Grand Rapids, MI @ The DAAC

 

DaveHHM

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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