Showing posts with label Chicago Riot Fest. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Chicago Riot Fest. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Five Blistering Nights of Reverend Horton Heat at City Winery Chicago 10/11-15

Chi, IL LIVE Shows On Our Radar:
The City Church of the Reverend Horton Heat featuring Unknown Hinson w/ special guests Koffin Kats - 10/11/17

Reverend Horton Heat, Riot Fest 2012
Photo credit for all shots: Bonnie Kenaz-Mara 

This Wednesday, we'll be ChiILin' in Chi, IL at City Winery for the first of a streak of five shows by Reverend Horton Heat with support by Unknown Hinson and Koffin Kats. Here at ChiIL Live Shows, we've seen Reverend Horton Heat many times over the years, but I'll have to say my favorite is still Riot Fest 2012 when I had press credentials and got to shoot them from the pit. They always put on an excellent, high energy, live show that's a must see for rockabilly lovers. We have press credentials once again for Wednesday's kick off to the City Winery run, so check back soon for our full review and photo recap. 

THESE ARE STANDING ROOM SHOWS - Limited seating is available for $55 and standing room tickets are $28 in advance and $32 on the day of the show.
The undisputed Godfather of Psychobilly, The Reverend Horton Heat, invites its congregation to join them this October in Chicago for five white-hot nights as City Winery is transformed to The City Church of The Reverend Horton Heat.
Making the run even more special, each show will feature a unique line-up with very special guests. Get ready as hot rods, lowriders and choppers descend on Chicago's West Loop for The City Church of The Reverend Horton Heat.

10/11 - featuring Unknown Hinson w/ special guests Koffin Kats
Loaded guns, space heaters, and big skies. Welcome to the lethal littered landscape of Jim Heath’s imagination. True to his high evangelical calling, Jim is a Revelator, both revealing & reinterpreting the country-blues-rock roots of American music. He’s a time-travelling space-cowboy on an endless interstellar musical tour, and we are all the richer & “psychobillier” for getting to tag along.

Seeing REVEREND HORTON HEAT live is a transformative experience. Flames come off the guitars. Heat singes your skin. There’s nothing like the primal tribal rock & roll transfiguration of a Reverend Horton Heat show. Jim becomes a slicked-back 1950′s rock & roll shaman channeling Screamin’ Jay Hawkins through Buddy Holly, while Jimbo incinerates the Stand- Up Bass. And then there are the “Heatettes”. Those foxy rockabilly chicks dressed in poodle-skirts and cowboy boots slamming the night away. It’s like being magically transported into a Teen Exploitation picture from the 1950′s that’s currently taking place in the future.

Listening to the REVEREND HORTON HEAT is tantamount to injecting pure musical nitrous into the hot-rod engine of your heart. The Reverend’s commandants are simple. And no band on this, or any other, planet rocks harder, drives faster, or lives truer than the Reverend Horton Heat. These “itinerant preachers” actually practice what they preach. They live their lives by the Gospel of Rock & Roll.

From the High-Octane Spaghetti-Western Wall of Sound in “Big Sky” — to the dark driving frenetic paranoia of “400 Bucks” – to the brain-melting Western Psychedelic Garage purity of “Psychobilly Freakout” — The Rev’s music is the perfect soundtrack to the Drive-In Movie of your life.

Jim Heath & Jimbo Wallace have chewed up more road than the Google Maps drivers. For twenty-five Psychobilly years, they have blazed an indelible, unforgettable, and meteoric trail across the globe with their unique blend of musical virtuosity, legendary showmanship, and mythic imagery.

Rev your engines and catch the sermon on the road as it’s preached by everybody’s favorite Reverend.

Click HERE for tickets and more show info about the City Winery Chicago run.

Monday, April 21, 2014

SAVE THE DATE: Black Flag FREE Kids' Show at Reggies 6/17 & Lawsuit Settled

Real punk for the punk kin...

Hey punk rock moms and dads, ChiIL Mama's got the word there'll be a FREE KIDS SHOW with none other than punk rock royalty BLACK FLAG!!! Yes, that's right, your child can meet Greg Ginn and the other members of Black Flag and hear some rockin' awesome stripped down Black Flag songs LIVE, for FREE! The date is June 17th at Record Breakers at Reggies at 6 pm and they'll have free hot dogs and sweet, sweet sugary soda for the kids! Afterward you can go home and have a TV Party! This is for real, this is not a joke, this is awesome.

Last year we caught both Black Flag and Flag on tour.  This year we'll be back with the punk kin in tow. Can't wait!

On a related note:

The suit brought by SST Records and Greg Ginn against the members of Flag, which was filed in August 2013, has been settled, in an agreement signed by Greg Ginn, SST Records, and former Black Flag members Henry Rollins, Keith Morris, etc.

The pertinent settlement points are as follows:

· The ownership of all of the recordings of Black Flag have been confirmed to Greg Ginn and SST Records.

· All rights in the Black Flag name and logo have been confirmed to Greg Ginn and SST Records.

· Henry Rollins and Keith Morris, who had surreptitiously attempted to register the Black Flag logo (the “bars’’) with the U.S. Trademark Office, have conveyed any rights they had in that trademark to Greg Ginn and SST Records.

. Flag wil cease use of the Black Flag logo.

 "As was inevitable, this little bump in the road is out of the way and BLACK FLAG will continue as planned without the confusion."   ...Mike Vallely, singer BLACK FLAG.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Gemini Club Plays North Coast Music Fest, FREE MP3, New Video & More #NCMF

This is the first year since it's inception that ChiIL Live Shows has opted not to cover North Coast Music Festival.  

We'll still chime in here n there with must see recommendations and we'll be back with a vengeance covering every day of our annual fav, RIOT FEST!!

If you're heading to NCMF13, check out Gemini Club.

Tour Dates     
Aug 30 - Chicago, IL - North Coast Music Festival 2013
Oct 11 - Los Angeles, CA - Culture Collide Festival
Oct 12 - San Francisco, CA - Neck of the Woods
Oct 14 - Washington, DC - Black Cat
Oct 15 - Philadelphia, PA - MilkBoy Philadelphia
Oct 16 - Boston, MA - Church
Oct 17 - New York, NY - CMJ (Details TBA)

Releases New Music Video
Directed by Brain Killer

“Sparklers” Available As A Free MP3 Download Now

Gemini Club Announce Fall Tour Dates

The new music video for the song “Sparklers” by Chicago-based indie-dance four piece Gemini Club was directed by visual & street artist Brain Killer and produced by Red Bull Sound Select. The video debuts today and can be viewed at Fans can also download a free MP3 featuring a new mix of the song via the Gemini Club Soundcloud page.

Shot on location in Chicago, the concept behind “Sparklers” was a collaborative effort, melding the band’s dance rock sound with Brain Killer’s darker aesthetic. Gemini Club had ideas for the video revolving around projection mapping, warping physical space and time-lapse shots. Per Gemini Club’s Daniel Brunelle, “Brain Killer took our ideas and wove them into a complete narrative that really made the song shine.”

Gemini Club is Tom Gavin (vocals), Gordon Bramli (DJ), Daniel Brunelle (production) and Ryan Luciani (drums). The infectious electronic-tinged, indie rock-influenced songs found on their two EPs, mixed with their unique live set up--featuring a specially designed rig that allows for on-the-fly remixing of their own songs--have made them one of Chicago’s leading bands to watch. Gemini Club most recently performed as direct support for Metric during Red Bull Sound Select’s free concert series in July. The band just announced a number of additional shows, including stops at Chicago’s North Coast Music Festival and Los Angeles’ Cultures Collide Festival. See full tour routing below.

Look for Gemini Club’s new single “Preached” to be released this fall via Red Bull Sound Select.

Gemini Club:


Red Bull Sound Select is a long-term music initiative that invests in local music scenes, and connects artists and fans with one another to be part of the stories that break music. Since its BETA launch in February, Red Bull Sound Select has hosted nearly 60 “Presents” showcases to welcome more than 100 new artists into the program including Chance the Rapper, Cherub, The Black Cadillacs, HANDS, Heliotropes, Show You Suck, Beach Party, Wildcat! Wildcat!, Sasha Go Hard, Rivals of the Peacemaker and many more.

Every month, a collective of local music curators invite three new artists from each participating city into the program and host a “Red Bull Sound Select Presents” showcase to introduce them. Red Bull Sound Select curators include: Brooklyn Vegan, Next Big Nashville, East Village Radio, Fake Shore Drive, Transmission Entertainment, Knuckle Rumbler, Full Service Music, MFG Productions, Lightning 100, Do 312, Riot Fest, ScoreMore, Afropunk, Brooklyn Bodega, IAMSOUND and Marathon Music.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Marky Ramone's Blitzkrieg Coming To Bottom Lounge THIS Sat 10/6 (17+) #originalphotos


ChiIL Live Shows original LIVE show shots--Marky Ramone's Blitzkrieg at AAA-Chicago 10-9-11 Riot Fest after party 2011

Here's the show details for this Saturday via Bottom Lounge:

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2012 - 9:00PM
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM

17 & Over, valid ID required for entry.

Marky Ramone is best known for the 15 years he spent drumming for the legendary Ramones. Prior to joining the Ramones, Marky played with an array of influential musicians dating back to his high school years when he was a member of the Brooklyn based hard rock band, Dust. Recording two albums with his friends, Richie Wise (guitar and vocals) and Kenny Aaronson (bass) for Neil Bogart’s Karma Sutra/Buddha label

While Dust was disbanding, Marky began hanging out at Max’s Kansas City, where he met Max’s house D.J. Wayne County. He joined forces with Wayne to form Wayne County and The Backstreet Boys. Wayne’s outrageous stage performance and cross-dressing attracted many fans and help solidify a cult following.  After a year and a half of playing in the New York area and not able to generate record company interest, they decided it was best to move on.

In 1976, Marky was introduced to Richard Hell. Along with Bob Quine and Ivan Julian, they formed Richard Hell & the Voidoids. The Voidoids released their groundbreaking debut album in 1977 on Sire Records, entitled “Blank Generation”. Shortly after the Voidoids historic U.K. tour with The Clash, Marky found himself at the bar at CBGB with Dee Dee Ramone. Dee Dee asked him if he would be interested in joining The Ramones.

The spring of 1978, Marky joined the Ramones.  In a matter of weeks he was in the studio recording his first album with The Ramones entitled, “Road to Ruin”, which features one of the biggest Ramones songs “I Wanna Be Sedated”. The following year the Ramones filmed the cult classic “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School”. Later that year, they joined forces with producer legend, Phil Spector to record “End Of The Century”.

After several tours and a two more studio albums, Marky was asked to leave the band 1983, only to rejoin his band mates in 1987 until they decided to call it quits in 1996. His tenure with the Ramones spanned a total of 15 years, performing over 1700 shows and more than 15 releases, including songwriting credits on both Mondo Bizarro and Adios Amigos, the bands farewell release.
In 2000, Marky reunited with long time friend Joey Ramone for Joey’s solo effort “Don’t Worry About Me”. In 2001, Marky along with his former band mates (Johnny, Dee Dee and Tommy), were inducted into the Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Fame. That same year, U2’s Bono presented the Ramones with the MTV’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

The DVD release, “Raw”, a compilation of mostly home videos filmed predominantly by Marky was release in 2004 and entered the Billboard video chart at number 5. Certified gold in three countries and currently the best selling Ramones DVD release to date.

In the spring of 2009, Marky launched his first worldwide clothing line with long time friend Tommy Hilfiger. In 2010, Marky shared his recipe for pasta sauce by introducing Marky Ramone’s Brooklyn’s Own Pasta Sauce.

In February 2011 The Ramones received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. It was the first Grammy for the punk rock pioneers.

With no signs of slowing down, Marky continues to tour the world with his band, Marky Ramone’s Blitzkrieg, which includes friend Michale Graves (ex-Misfits) on vocals. In early 2010, they released their first single “When We Were Angles” with former member of Sheer Terror, Mark Neuman, playing bass and guitar.

Marky is currently in his seventh year as a D.J. on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio, hosting, ‘Marky Ramone’s Punk Rock Blitzkrieg”. Marky has also appeared on numerous TV shows including, The Simpsons, Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservations and ZRock.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Official Riot Fest Recap--Chicago #RiotFest


**ChiIL Mama and ChiIL Live Shows will be editing our 3,000 pixs and videos and running photo filled Riot Fest recaps for weeks.   For now, check out our LIVE pit photos from The Offspring Friday night at Congress right here and our best of Saturday and best of Sunday by clicking the links.**

RIOT FEST day-crowd. Photo credit: Mathew Stokes

The eighth annual RIOT FEST--the music festival which celebrates rockindie, punk and underground artists from every era--wrapped a successful run in its flagship home of Chicago drawing over 65,000 fans in its inaugural 3-day run this past weekend (September 14-16). Expanding into an outdoor music event and carnival in Humboldt Park for the first time, RIOT FEST & CARNIVAL proved to be a triumphant and celebratory event featuring full-throttle performances from Rise AgainstIggy and The StoogesElvis CostelloThe OffspringDescendentsThe Jesus And Mary ChainNOFXA Day To RememberThe Promise Ring,Dropkick MurphysAlkaline TrioThe Gaslight AnthemChiodosAwolnation, Built To SpillGogol BordelloNeon TreesFishboneGWARHot Water MusicSlapstickAndrew W.K.CursiveImagine DragonsThe AdictsNoBunny, Of Mice & MenMinus The BearFrank TurnerCoheed and Cambria, Less Than Jake, Japanther, A Wilhelm Scream, Screaming Females, The Henry Clay People, Fireworks and many more.

After stops in BrooklynToronto and its Chicago homebase, RIOT FEST heads south to Dallas, TX for its final show of 2012 on Saturday, September 22 atGexa Energy Pavilion. Artists featured on Saturday’s stop include: Rise Against, Descendents, NOFX, The Gaslight Anthem, Less Than Jake, Andrew WK, The Sword, Municipal Waste, Teenage Bottlerocket, Off With Their Heads, Messengers, The News Can Wait, Fever Dreamer, Mouth Of The South, The American Heist, Venomous Maximus and Not In The Face.

Iggy and The Stooges wrap up Sunday night at RIOT FEST  Photo credit: Kat Schleicher

Ferris Wheel at RIOT FEST. Photo credit Heather Kaplan/COS.

Check out what the press is saying about RIOT FEST and the powerful performances from its wide mix of artists:

As if to soak every drop of sunshine out of the waning summer, Riot Fest brought 60,000 fans and 47 bands on four stages to the West Side park for one final fling in ideal weather. The park measured up as a comfortable landing spot for concertgoers; unlike the increasingly cramped confines of the smaller Union Park, which caps at about 20,000 people a day for the Pitchfork Music Festival in mid-July, Riot Fest felt a good deal more spacious. It lacked the human bottlenecks that plague Lollapalooza in Grant Park, and corporate signage was conspicuously absent. To fully saturate the senses, there also were circus rides, clowns, jugglers and professional wrestlers.”
--Greg Kot, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 9/17/12

“This summer, I caught parts of Pitchfork, Lollapalooza, North Coast, the Hideout Block Party/A.V. Fest and Riot Fest.  Without question, the most easy going, least pretentious and fun crowd was the one I experienced over two days in Humboldt Park at Riot Fest. While Lollapalooza takes a bit too much advantage of it's sprawling environs in Grant Park, both Pitchfork and North Coast seem rather cramped at times in Union Park on the west side. It was really the perfect setup because sound bleed wasn't a problem between stages (set times were well staggered which helped) and yet the stages were still close enough to allow concertgoers to catch as many artists as possible. Personally, I can't wait to see how they try to top this in the summer of 2013 because as it stands right now, Riot Fest is second in Chicago festival size and stature only to Lollapalooza.”
--Jim RyanCHICAGO NOW (9/19/12)

The transformation of Riot Fest from a late-autumnal, five-day club haunt into a last-week-o’-summer outdoor festival now stabs a sharp period on the end of the increasingly eclectic and electronic season by blaring all rock and roll, all the time. …The weather agreed. After an opening night (with Neon Treesthe Offspring and more) indoors at the Congress Theater, the eighth annual Riot Fest expanded Saturday and Sunday into sunny, cool Humboldt Park, complete with four stages and carnival rides. Saturday’s lineup featured party animal Andrew W.K., Chicago punks Rise Against and the creatures of GWAR in a rare daylight performance. Sunday’s bill ran the gamut, too, from the basic pop-punk of L.A.’s NOFX and Chicago’s Alkaline Trio to veteran new wave kingpins and local garage rockers. Sunday spotlighted two ’80s icons. First, the sedate statesmen of the Jesus & Mary Chain generated its torrents of guitar squall. I forget how sludgy they can get in concert, opening with a bass-heavy, almost country lope (“Snakedriver”) and then brightening up the guitars and the rhythm for “Head On.” Guy next to me: “They’re like Helmet on Quaaludes.” Elvis Costello & the Imposterson a main stage but in a sundown slot, played the most Attractions-rich set I’ve seen the old curmudgeon deliver. Peeling off track after track from a best-of set list--“Radio Radio,” “(I Don’t Want to Go To) Chelsea,” “Less Than Zero,” “(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes,” “Pump It Up,” a raucous reggae take on “Watching the Detectives,” on and on--he barely took a breath as his band of pros colored the old chestnuts but kept them hot. …Iggy Pop, his mane and his lumpy torso hit the stage embodying “Raw Power.” He and the Stooges spent the festival’s final hour reeling between rockabilly grooves and punk attacks. The biggest hit of the weekend, though, may have been Humboldt Park, which acquitted itself well as a festival site. Riot Fest reports 30,000 people attended each day Saturday and Sunday, but the park sure felt roomy and easy to maneuver. The addition of carnival rides is a great touch.”
--Thomas Conner, CHICAGO SUN TIMES (September 17, 2012)

The almighty, headlining Stooges were just gathering momentum on the Riot Stage, entering a barnstormer rendition of ‘1970,’ as tens of thousands stood in awe… James Osterberg, Jr. was a force Sunday night, a creepy, horny, sixty-five-year-old force of nature, but the Stooges were incredible in their own right. As any rock n’ roll scholar knows, if your only knowledge of the Stooges was their first album, your head would have exploded at Riot Fest. Even considering the later records, this band has become so tight and so talented as to be, arguably, at the all-time top of their game. …There’s too much to be said about this set. All I know is there will never be another Stooges, and it’ll be a sad day when Iggy’s reign as the king of punk inevitably comes to a close. But it'll take the grave. And then, just maybe, we’ll see another. Until then, we know where to look for inspiration.”
-- Dave Satterwhite, TIME OUT CHICAGO, 9/17/12

“The final day of Riot Fest was anything but riotous. Perfect weather, a friendly crowd, old timer headliners and enough snarky t-shirts to stock 10 Alley's, the punk rock circus was a success. Headliners Iggy and The Stooges, Gogol Bordello, Alkaline Trio and Elvis Costello & The Imposters knew why they were booked. Each act played a greatest hits set, or at least hits to the crowd. The inaugural Riot Fest in Humboldt Park will hopefully happen again. No longer stuck choosing between legendary punk bands on opposite sides of the city, a Pitchfork-like setup made seeing acts, well, a day in the park.”
--Brandon Weatherbee, HUFFINGTON POST (9/18/12)

“Aside from the impeccable line-upRiot Fest Chicago stood out in another way: The awesome (!) addition of a carnival! Featuring ridesLucha Libre, side show acts and much more, as one can imagine, the carnival portion of Riot Fest yielded much joy . . . and bizarro sights.”
--Brian Howe Battle, PUREVOLUME.COM (9/17/12)

There's something about a Ferris Wheel that can put anyone in a good mood. This year Riot Fest evolved from a collection of shows spread out among several venues to a full-fledged festival in Humboldt Park, with four stages, circus performers, and carnival rides and games. …in our Riot Fest preview founder Mike Petryshyn compared his new baby to a state fair. But unlike most state fairs, Riot Fest is about punk, and the mix of rowdy bands and brightly light attractions proved to be a winning one. Any good carnival combines youthful rambunctiousness with grown-up nostalgia, and the Riot Fest lineup provided for plenty of both as well. Take California punk act NOFX, whose juvenile sense of humor seems to defy the aging process; on Sunday afternoon they traded playful, self-deprecating jabs between fast-paced punk tunes. Four hours later Iggy & the Stooges burst onstage, churning out their brutal classic protopunk while Iggy thrashed and yelped…the oppressive atmosphere that tends to hang over large festivals was absent. Maybe it was the pleasant, totally nonsweltering weather, the shady greenery of Humboldt Park, or the remarkably well-behaved crowd, which certainly never felt like tens of thousands of people.The best part had to be the carnival, though—or rather the marriage of punk bands and a carnival. The side attractions functioned as a welcome respite from the sometimes overwhelming festival experience—being stuck in a mass of humanity for eight or ten hours can make any sane person feel claustrophobic. This year at Riot Fest folks could take in a wrestling match while halfway listening to Elvis Costello & the Imposters, or catch an impromptu performance by the Environmental Encroachment marching band in the middle of Hot Water Music's set. Sometimes the juxtapositions were perfect: I never thought I'd get to watch fire jugglers while the Descendents played.”
--Leor Galil, CHICAGO READER, (9/19/12) 

Promoter Mike Petryshyn has done the unthinkable: He’s added another outdoor festival to Chicago. …They went all out in the inaugural year of this format. When the poster reads “and Carnival” they weren’t kidding. This added such a unique element to what’s admittedly become such a predictable format these days. All throughout the weekend, thousands upon thousands of patrons waited in line for either the Ferris Wheel, the tilt-a-whirl, or the fun house. It was surreal, but on paper it successfully pushed past the confines of what a music festival can be and what it can offerRiot Fest, in a way, rewrote the rules. I mean, really, outside of maybe Coachella, where else can you hop on a Ferris Wheel and hear the Descendents blast through choice cuts off Milo Goes to College? It’s pretty cool. Also, Humboldt offers such a beautiful escape. Within the grounds there were little meadows, ponds, and forested areas that offered more than enough natural variety and shade to keep things fresh and ethereal. Maybe it’s just me, but I appreciate setting just as I do a lineup, and the far out confines of Humboldt allowed for a compact, breezy, and relaxed adventure. Nary a body sported clean, undocumented skin, and if it wasn’t flagrant tattoos, it was a bevy of costumes, including Bee Ladies, creeps on stilts, and even a portly guy in a popular horse’s mask. This sort of fare littered the park with character, which coursed through its proverbial spinal column, and culminated in one warm, positive aura. Juxtapose all that with a slight chill in the air each evening and you had Chicago’s first bonafide fall music festival. Or: It was the closest thing to Utopia that one might achieve at a festival headed by the likes of Iggy and the Stooges. You’ve gotta respect that.”
--Michael Roffman, CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND, (9/19/12)


Want more RIOT FEST:
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Chiodos at RIOT FEST. Photo Credit: Ashley Osbourn

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Riotfest 2012 ChiIL Live Shows Saturday Favs #photo filled feature

Saturday favorites from ChiIL Mama/ ChiIL Live Shows--Riot Fest 2012

Were you there?   Riot Fest 2012 was the best yet, with a brilliant move outdoors to gorgeous Humboldt Park.   

It was a sweet, all ages fest with a huge range of people from hard core punks to new born punk kin.

Whether you want to relive the weekend, live vicariously and see what you missed, or remember what you've forgotten, we're sorting through thousands of our original Riot Fest photos to bring you some seriously sweet recaps and band features.   

Saturday was a particularly fun day to shoot--from GWAR's blood drenched fanatics, 

to the night's fire spinners, accompanied live by Descendents and Rise Against.

For now, here are just a few of our favs from Saturday.    Check back with us early and often.   Lots more to come!!

THE CASUALTIES: Premiere Another New Track, Announce European Tour


Did you catch 'em at Riot Fest this past weekend?!

Hardcore/punk stalwarts THE CASUALTIES have premiered the track "Brick Wall Justice", at "Brick Wall Justice" is the second new track to see release from their highly-anticipated new record Resistance. The band had previously premiered the lead-off track from the album "My Blood. My Life. Always Forward".
THE CASUALTIES will release Resistance on September 25th through Season of Mist. Resistancewill be available on CD, limited edition LP (with bonus track and download card) and limited edition Digibox including the CD with a bonus track, bandana, bottle opener and patch.
THE CASUALTIES have announced a string of regional dates surrounding the release of Resistance, as well as a European headlining tour in November. A list of confirmed dates is below.
Updated THE CASUALTIES news and tour information will be made available at the Season of Mist website and the THE CASUALTIES Facebook and Twitter pages. 

Tour Dates 
9/26  Reading, PA @ The Reverb as part of East Coast Tsunami Festival
10/5  Providence, RI @ The Firehouse
10/6  Rochester, NY @ DubLand Underground
10/13  Pomona, CA @ The Glasshouse - 1 pm show as part of the Scion / Season of Mist label taping w/ Saint Vitus, Atheist, and more

European Tour
11/1  Badalona, Spain @ Estraperlo Club
11/2  Elgeta, Spain @ Esaloia Kafe Antzokia
11/3  Vigo, Spain @ Sale Inferno
11/5  Madrid, Spain @ Gruta 77   
11/6  Zaragoza, Spain @ Sala Lopez   
11/8  Prague, Czech Republic @ Futurum Music Bar   
11/9  Banska Bystica, Slovakia @ Klub 77   
11/10  Budapest, Hunagry @ Dürer Kert II    Punk Rock Maraton
11/11  Wien, Austria @ Arena   
11/12  München, Germany @ Backstage Club   
11/13  Zürich, Switzerland @ Dynamo   
11/14  Milano, Italy @ Corelli 36   
11/16  Bolzano, Italy @ Rock´n Roll Arena   
11/17  Innsbruck, Austria @ PMK   
11/18  Stuttgart, Germany @ Zwölfzehn   
11/19  Austria @ Jugendzentrum   
11/20  Kosice, Slovakia @Collosseum   
11/21  Krakow, Poland @ Kwadrat   
11/23  Berlin, Germany @ SO 36
11/24  Dresden, Germany @ Scheune   
11/26  Hannover, Germany @ Bei Chez Heinz   
11/28  Hamburg, Germany @ Hafenklang    
12/1  Copenhagen, Denmark @ Loppen   
12/6  Cottbus, Germany @ Gladhouse

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