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Fort Worth's Pinkish Black is streaming sophomore effort "Razed To The Ground" online today. Check it out via Pitchfork here.
Pinkish Black will be doing a full U.S. tour with Kylesa next month in support of Razed To The Ground. Dates are as follows: More...
Following its crushingly triumphant debut maiden occurrence last year, the second Tucson, Arizona-based Southwest Terror Fest 2013: Year Of The Snake has been confirmed and the full lineup for the massive gala announced.
The complete lineup can be found below, and the following press release was issued about the festival:
"This fully DIY undertaking, booked by musicians, for musicians, is a low-cost event for all ages. Once again organized and hosted by Tucson sludgetroopers Godhunter, the now annual Southwest Terror Fest brings a one-of-a-kind extreme underground music festival to the Southwestern quadrant of America.
"This year, the experience has been expanded into an immense four-day event, now confirmed to invade Tucson venue The Rock from Thursday, October, 10th through Sunday, October 13th. The Southwest Terror Fest 2013: Year Of The Snake lineup features even more national headlining acts than last year, including legends like Sacred Reich and Vehemence, along with Kylesa, Red Fang, Demon Lung, Ancestors, Subrosa, Landmine Marathon, Early Graves and others, and a long line of newer underground acts, totaling more than sixty bands! Whether you like punk, sludge, black metal, thrash, grindcore, post-metal, etc., something for all fans of extreme music is to be found at this event."
Fort Worth's Pinkish Black recently announced a full tour with Kylesa in October (dates available after the jump). The band has also premiered a song from the upcoming Century Media album, "Razed To The Ground." The song "Ashtray Eyes" can be heard below courtesy of Roadburn.com.
The album's track listing is as follows:
Kylesa has checked in with the following announcement about upcoming U.S. tour dates
"We're stoked to announce our October tour with Pinkish Black and Sierra sponsored by Invisible Oranges and BrooklynVegan! Tickets go on sale Friday. See you soon!"
The tour poster is available below, and the currently announced dates are as follows:
10/1 Athens GA @ 40 Watt Club
10/2 Birmingham AL @ Bottletree
10/3 Nashville TN @ Exit/In
10/4 Little Rock AR @ Downtown Music
10/6 Dallas TX @ Club Dada
10/8 San Antonio TX @ Korova
10/9 Austin TX @ Red 7
10/10 Tucson AZ @ The Rock//SW Terror Fest
10/12 Tempe AZ @ Yucca Tap Room
10/13 San Diego CA @ Brick By Brick
10/14 Los Angeles CA @ Echoplex
10/15 Oakland CA @ Oakland Opera House
10/16 Sacramento CA @ Harlow's
10/17 Portland OR @ Star Theater
10/18 Olympia WA @ Capitol Theater
10/19 Missoula MT @ The Palace
10/20 Rapid City SD @ Johnny Billiards
10/22 Milwaukee WI @ Cactus Club
10/23 Detroit MI @ Smalls
10/24 Newark DE @ Mojo Main
10/25 Brooklyn NY @ Saint Vitus
10/26 Springfield VA @ Empire
10/27 Richmond VA @ Strange Matter More...
Fort Worth's Pinkish Black has just released "Kites And Vultures" from debut album "Razed to the Ground," which is due in stores September 17th on Century Media Records. Stereogum has the exclusive premiere.
Check out "Kites And Vultures" in the player below, courtesy of Stereogum.com. The "Razed to the Ground" track listing is as follows:
1. She Left Him Red
2. Ashtray Eyes
3. Kites and Vultures
4. Razed to the Ground
5. Bad Dreamer
7. Loss of Feeling of Loss More...
"Lots of good, lots of bad..." is one way to describe Pinkish Black's star-crossed career thus far. Their first incarnation arose in Fort Worth, TX, when 2005 saw a trio of like-minded souls connect under the banner of The Great Tyrant and set about hewing a new definition for the word "heavy."
Following the tragic passing of original bass player Tommy Atkins, the remaining duo forged ahead, morphing into an even darker macabre entity. Now comprised of drummer Jon Teague and Daron Beck on vocals and synthesizer, the band go under the new moniker Pinkish Black.
"Jon and I have been playing music for over 2 decades," Beck comments. "The whole process of getting to this point in our lives and our music has been very much a repeating cycle of building to inevitably tear down to build again to tear down and so on... it's how all life is. Building, destroying, building, destroying..." More...
Fort Worth-based duo Pinkish Black is finally ready to announce the details for upcoming album and Century Media debut, "Razed to the Ground."
Due out September 17th in North America, "Razed to the Ground" was self-produced by Pinkish Black's own Jon Teague and Daron Beck, mastered by James Plotkin, and recorded at The Echo Lab with Matt Barnhart handling engineer duties.
For a preview of "Razed to the Ground," head over to NPR.org for the premiere of the album's title right here (you have to scroll down past the Kanye West bullshit).
The album's track listing is as follows: More...
Italy's Lacuna Coil, Fort Worth-based duo Pinkish Black, and ambient blackened doom metallers Vattnet Viskar will be appearing at this year's South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, TX. See below for all performance information:
Wednesday, March 13th
2PM: House of Vans at Mohawk, Pitchfork Show No Mercy showcase
12:00AM: Hoeks Death Metal Pizza
3PM: House of Vans at Mohawk, Pitchfork Show No Mercy showcase
9:30PM: Six Lounge, Metal Wreckage showcase w/ ALOL, JUNIUS and more
Friday, March 15
12:50AM: Dirty Dog Bar
Saturday, March 16th
9:30PM: The North Door, Brooklyn Vegan showcase w/ PALLBEARER, JOHN BAIZLEY and more
Fort Worth-based duo Pinkish Black has finished recording an upcoming album and Century Media debut, set tentatively for a spring release. Self-produced by the band's own Jon Teague and Daron Beck, this currently untitled full-length was recorded at The Echo Lab with Matt Barnhart handling engineer duties. Mastering will be done by James Plotkin.
To hear some new tracks from the record, fans can catch Pinkish Black live on March 7th in Denton, TX at NX35 where the duo will be direct support for EyeHateGod. Additional tour dates will also be announced soon, so stay tuned.
Pinkish Black is the continuation of The Great Tyrant, a three-piece that released one LP following the passing of bass player Tommy Atkins. When Atkins died, Teague and Beck decided to change the band's name and remain a two-piece, yet still retain TGT's sound.
With no stringed instruments, the duo now relies on aura and raw emotions to obtain a unique heaviness. The resulting effort, Pinkish Black's self-titled debut (released via Handmade Birds Records), features seven tracks of dark, haunting deathrock--and was named one of the best albums of 2012 by Brooklyn Vegan.com, Stereogum.com, and Pitchfork.com.
Jan. 20--The Boiled Owl--Ft Worth, TX
Jan. 26--Rubber Gloves--Denton, TX
Feb. 6--Club Dada--Dallas, TX
Feb. 22--Club Dada--Dallas, TX
Mar. 7--NX35--Denton, TX with EYEHATEGOD, SLEEP, SILVER APPLES
Mar. 17--Sand Bar--Dallas, TX
Fort Worth based duo Pinkish Black has has signed a deal with Century Media Records. The label comments:
"Pinkish Black s the duo Jon Teague on drums and vocalist/synthesizer, Daron Beck. They are the continuation of The Great Tyrant, a three piece that released one LP posthumously following the passing of their bass player, Tommy Atkins. The Great Tyrant was on its way to redefining what heavy music was. When Atkins died, the only changes were the name and how to achieve this as a two piece, the latter being no small feat.
"Pinkish Black's last, self-titled album, released on Handmade Birds, featured seven tracks of dark, intense and at times, haunting songs. As one of the heaviest bands of late to feature no stringed instruments, Pinkish Black uses aura and emotions to attain what other bands (and a lot of Orange Amps and down-tuned guitars) fail to do. The band is currently touring and working on a new record, expected to be recorded by the end of the year."
Jon Teague and Daron Beck added, "We're excited at the possibilities that working with Century Media presents to us, and that lots of touring and recording will follow."
Upcoming live shows are:
11/24 - Fort Worth, TX - Lola's w/ ATRIARCH
11/28 - New York, NY - Home Sweet Home
11/29 - Baltimore, MD - TBA
11/30 - Washington, DC - Comet Ping Pong
12/1 - Brooklyn, NY - Saint Vitus w/ NAAM
12/4 - Richmond, VA - Nile
12/6 - Nashville, TN - TBA w/ PALLBEARER
12/7 - Little Rock, AK - Downtown Music w/ PALLBEARER
12/8 - Fort Worth, TX - Lola's w/ PALLBEARER