Naam Announces Tour In Support of New LP

By on June 26, 2013

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NAAM has announced US touring in support of the newly released Vow LP via Tee Pee Records.   

  

 

Naam’s Vow, opens yet another chapter for this Brooklyn-based heavy psych band, breaking new ground both sonically and progressively. Dark melodic tones, vocal harmonies, and heavy synthesizer presence accompany the listener in the shift towards Naam’s astral plane.  As deep, doom-ridden tones and tribal drums accompany the acid-casualty grooves and freakouts of Naam past, Naam future presents not only a more progressive and developed concept through music, but also through the concept of spirituality.

The band just finished up a long tour throughout Europe and are set to bring songs from their heavy and heady masterpiece to US crowds.  

 

Naam on tour! 

Jul. 06 New York, NY – Studio at Webster Hall   

Jul. 07 Montreal, QC – iL Motore 

Jul. 09 Toronto, ON – Wreck Room   

Jul. 10 Rochester, NY – Bug Jar 

Jul. 11 Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom 

Jul. 12 Columbus, OH – Double Happiness 

Jul. 13 Grand Rapids, MI – Pyramid Scheme 

Jul. 14 Chicago, IL – Reggie’s 

Jul. 15 Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock 

Jul. 16 Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s Oasis 

Jul. 18 Winnipeg, MN – Windsor Hotel 

Jul. 20 Edmonton, ON Pawn Shop (w/ Weedeater)

Jul. 21 Calgary, AB – Palomino   

Jul. 23 Vancouver, BC – Astoria   

Jul. 24 Seattle, WA – Highline  

Jul. 26 Portland, OR – The Know   

Jul. 31 San Diego, CA – Soda Bar   

Aug. 01 Tempe, AZ – Rocky Point Cantina 

Aug. 05 Lawrence, KS – Czar Bar   

Aug. 06 Oklahoma, City OK – Conservatory 

Aug. 07 Dallas, TX – Club Dada 

Aug. 11 Atlanta, GA – The Earl 

Aug. 18 Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus Bar

Praise for Naam: 

“Vow,”the title track off the doom unit’s upcoming sophomore album (which arrives June 4 via Tee Pee Records), plunges deeper into the void, fusing chugging guitar riffs, elliptical electronics, and disembodied vocal harmonies.” – SPIN

“Vow delivers powerhouse songs soaked in shroom-munching fuzz, kicking up a dust bowl on some lunar prairie before launching towards a distant nebula” – Decibel

“a tightrope walk between hyper-distorted stoner bustle and Brooklyn’s long-standing psych-rock hedgerow” -Village Voice

“extended krautrock blissouts.” -Rolling Stone

 

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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