O’Death Announces Anniversary Tour

By on March 3, 2013

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“A pack of humble Brooklyn scruffs who raise the dead with haunted Appalachian punk…This is the sound of the Pogues madly slurping mothers’ milk and brothers’ blood at Gettysburg” – SPIN

 

O’Death, New York City’s homegrown purveyors of gothic-American rust-punk, are excited to announce a spring tour in celebration of their tenth year as a band. Fitting for the anniversary, the band is getting back to it’s roots by throwing extravagant shows along the North East seaboardwith too many support artists on the bills. These shows are intended to serve as a reminder of attending the mini-festivals at the East Village’s short lived Apocalypse Lounge nearly a decade ago, back when only the band’s brothers and cousins were willing to wade through the drunken mess that was a regular O’Death performance. Full tour dates are below.

 

Having come a long way since the early days, these upcoming shows promise to deliver an eclectic and artful concert experience, spanning their three studio albums and various singles and EP’s.

 

In the spirit of their mini-festivals, O’Death will be joined on stage by a range of artists that reflect their disparate influences and friendships including Wild Yaks, Amour Obscur, Hungry March Band, Trummors, Butcher Boy, and Coke Weed.

 

O’Death Tour Dates:

4/19 – BSP – Kingston, NY ^

4/20 – North Star Bar – Philadelphia, PA 

4/21 – Mexicali Live – Teaneck, NJ *

4/22 – Elevens Club – Northampton, MA &

4/23 – Le Poisson Rouge – New York, NY #

4/24 – TT The Bears – Cambridge, MA @

4/25 – Space Gallery – Portland, ME %

4/26 – Lompoc Cafe – Bar Harbor, ME

 

^ – w/ Breakfast in Fur, Trummors

* – w/ Big Wilson River, Nude Dudes

& – w/ Bella’s Bartok

# – w/ Wild Yaks, Amour Obscur, Hungry March Band

@ – w/ Emperor Norton’s Stationary Marching Band

% – w/ Butcher Boy, Coke Weed

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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