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Wo Fat Announces "Midnight Cometh" Release

After slinging Texas-sized psychedelic blues doom for over a decade, Dallas outfit Wo Fat is thrilled to announce that this May will see the official release of brand new studio album, "Midnight Cometh," on Ripple Music.

"We are thrilled to be working with our brothers in the riff at Ripple for this new record!” says vocalist Kent Stump. "We’ve been friends with Todd and Pope for a while and have always had a lot of respect for them personally, as well as the label itself, and we just kinda realised, that, hey, we should be working together. They are passionate about the music they release, they make really good choices when it comes to signing bands, they’re all about treating artists fairly and trying to help this scene grow, and they’re also a label on the rise.”

"We've been huge fans of Wo Fat and their maniacal brand of riff-heavy psychedelic grooves,” explains Ripple Music’s Todd Severin. “And they never fail to be one of the most mesmerizing bands we've ever seen on stage. We're beyond thrilled to welcome them into the Ripple family."

New album "Midnight Cometh" will be released on May 20th, 2016 and will be supported by a European tour (see dates below), which will also include appearances at Desertfest in Berlin and London and Hellfest, France.

18 April – Mephisto – Hannover, Germany
19 April – Schaubude – Kiel, Germany
20 April – TBA
21 April – Pokalen Pub – Oslo, Norway
22 April – Loppen – Copenhagen, Denmark
23 April – 1000FRYD – Aalborg, Denmark
24 April – Rock Café – Hamburg, Germany
25 April – The Vortex – Siegen, Germany
26 April – Feierwerk – Munich, Germany
27 April – Arena – Vienna, Austria
28 April – Desertfest – Berlin, Germany
29 April – Doornroosje – Nijmegen, Netherlands
30 April – Pre-Roadkill Festival Party – Waarschoot, Belgium
1 May – Desertfest – London, UK

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