Bombus Releases "Let Her Die" Music Video
The story of Bombus begins in Gothenburg, Sweden where a bunch of friends who shared the same obsession for heavy music got together with a rough idea. They had the vision to play their own unique kind of "no bullshit metal and hard rock served with a slice of punk rock energy."
With the band's first U.S. tour kicking off tonight in Portland (dates below), the band has delivered a new video for the song "Let Her Die," taken from debut album "The Poet And The Parrot." Check it out below, courtesy of Metal Injection.
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4/25/2014 1st Avenue Minneapolis MN with Graveyard
4/26/2014 House Of Blues Chicago IL with Graveyard
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4/29/2014 Fubar St. Louis MO with Graveyard
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5/1/2014 House Of Blues New Orleans LA with Graveyard
5/2/2014 Hotel Vegas Austin TX
5/3/2014 Gas Monkey Bar & Grill Dallas TX with Graveyard
5/5/2014 Hi Tone Café Memphis TN with Graveyard
5/6/2014 The Orange Peel Asheville NC with Graveyard
5/7/2014 Music Farm Charleston SC
5/9/2014 Center Stage Atlanta GA with King Dude & Ghost
5/10/2014 Black Cat Washington DC with Graveyard
5/11/2014 Webster Hall New York NY with Graveyard
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