PRIMITIVE MAN have confirmed that they will be heading to Europe this summer.
The blackened sludge trio will hit the road with WAKE in mainland Europe before continuing on to the UK to tour with OPIUM LORD. The band will also play a handful of dates with fellow Relapse label mates, WEEKEND NACHOS. The band commented: “We are looking forward to spreading our seed far and wide across the pond. See you there.”
PRIMITIVE MAN have spent much of this month on the road in the US, including shows at SXSW, in support of their latest album Scorn. Recorded by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio (Cephalic Carnage, Catheter, Cobalt, etc.), Scorn was initially unleashed early last year via a collaboration between Throatruiner and Mordgrimm Records before being reissued by Relapse Records in August.
Scorn can be streamed in its entirety via PRIMITIVE MAN‘s bandcamp HERE. Copies of the album, on both CD and vinyl can be purchased HERE.
Tour mates WAKE hail from Alberta, Canada and will bring their grind and death roadshow to Europe in support of their split 7″ with Theories released via Handshake, Inc. and 7Degrees records. A film version of their second album False is also due in the summer. OPIUM LORD are a heavy doom band hailing from the Midlands in the UK who have just completed work on their debut full length album .
PRIMITIVE MAN Euro Tour 2014
Jun 06 Dijon FR Maloka Festival
Jun 07 Wetzikon CH Kulturfabrik
Jun 09 Wien Arena
Jun 11 Leipzig GER Venue TBA
Jun 12 Berlin GER Koma F
Jun 13 Aarhus DEN Venue TBA
Jun 15 Rostock GER Jaz (Matinee) w/ Weekend Nachos
Jun 16 Kassel GER Secret Show
Jun 17 Eindhoven NL Dynamo w/ Weekend Nachos
Jun 18 Antwerpen BEL Kavka w/ Weekend Nachos
Jun 19 Hannover GER Stumpf w/ ◯
Jun 20 Torgau GER Grind The Nazi Scum Fest
Jun 21 Kiel Ger Kiel Explode Festival @ Alte Meierei w/ ◯ , Svffer
Jun 22 Köln GER Venue TBC
***With OPIUM LORD***
Jun 24 Brighton UK Green Door Store
Jun 25 London UK The Unicorn
Jun 26 Bristol UK St John The Baptist Crypt
Jun 27 Nottingham Stuck On A Name Studios
Jun 28 Edinburgh Bannermans
Jun 29 Birmingham UK Wagon and Horses
Source: Pioneer Music Press