Pinkish Black announce tour dates with Kings Goblin

By on March 6, 2014

Pinkish Black

Fort Worth’s Post-Punk doom duo PINKISH BLACK will be touring with Italian Horror Soundtrack/Progressive Rock loyalists, Kings Goblin. The dates start April 4 in St. Petersburg, FL, makes a stop at the historic Henry Fonda Theater in Los Angeles and ends in Oakland, CA. The complete set of dates can be seen below.



Pinkish Black will be continuing to support their critically acclaimed Century Media album, Razed to The Ground.


Pinkish Black with Goblin:


April 24 St. Petersburg, FL / State Theater w/ Goblin

April 25 Miami, FL / Grand Central w/ Goblin

April 27 Dallas, TX / Texas Theater w/ Goblin

April 28 Houston, TX / House Of Blues w/ Goblin

April 29 Austin, TX / Mohawk w/ Goblin

May 1 Phoenix, AZ / Marquee w/ Goblin

May 2 San Diego, CA / House Of Blues w/ Goblin

May 3 Los Angeles, CA / Henry Fonda Theater w/ Goblin

May 4 Oakland, CA / Metro w/ Goblin




May 31 Houston, TX/Free Press Summer Festival w/ Jack White, Wu-Tang Clan, Deftones and more.

June 1 Houston, TX Free Press Summer Festival w/ Jack White, Wu-Tang Clan, Deftones and more.




Pinkish Black resemble a Popol Vuh that suddenly became obsessed with denim and leather, or an enterprising Goblin that, after doing scores for Dario Argento, discovered that headbangers love horror movies. – Pitchfork


Classically minded metal trio…take a lot from the Birthday Party and kind of morph those moody and dark post punk bands of the 80s but are much heavier and gloomier. – NPR’s All Things Considered


Razed To The Ground is heavier, more melodic, and more captivating than the band’s excellent 2012 release. It shifted from grinding, atonal, primal industrial-goth to bleep-bloopy space-metal to something spacious, somber, and quite beautiful. – Stereogum


Razed to the Ground, their second full-length in as many years, gets even weirder than its predecessor and serves to further define the sludgy post-punk niche the group have created for themselves. – Punknews


Razed to the Ground in, it’s one of the best releases of 2013, period, regardless of genre. – CVLTNation




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