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Salad Days Magazine | January 26, 2022

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Black Tusk announce headlining EU tour

Black Tusk announce headlining EU tour
Salad Days

Savannah swamp metal trio Black Tusk have announced a new run of headlining EU tour dates kicking off this coming October.

The tour will begin in Dresden and will see the band laying waste to audiences across Europe and the UK for a full month, including an appearance at Damnation Festival 2016 in Leeds. Red Apollo, Hark, and Herder will support on select dates. Check out a full itinerary below.


Oct 26 Dresden, DE Groovestation*
Oct 27 Berlin, DE Cassiopeia*
Oct 28 Hamburg, DE Headcrash*
Oct 29 Osnabruck, DE Bastard Club*
Oct 30 Cologne, DE MTC*
Oct 31 Frankfurt, DE Nachtleben*
Nov 1 Nijmegen, NL Merleyn*
Nov 3 London, UK Boston Music Room^
Nov 4 Norwich, UK The Owl Sanctuary^
Nov 5 Leeds, UK Damnation Festival 2016
Nov 6 Glasgow, UK Audio^
Nov 7 Bristol, UK Exchange^
Nov 8 Antwerp, BE Het Bos~
Nov 9 Paris, FR La Mecanique Ondulatoire~
Nov 10 Bordeaux, FR Void~
Nov 11 San Sebastian, ES Dabadaba~
Nov 12 Madrid, ES Taboo~
Nov 13 Barcelona, ES Rocksound~
Nov 15 Zurich, CH Dynamo Werk 21~
Nov 16 Milan, IT Lo-Fi Club~
Nov 17 Rome, IT Init Club~
Nov 19 Arbizzano (VR), IT Officina Degli Angeli~

Nov 20 Stuttgart, DE Universum~
Nov 21 Munich, DE Backstage Club~
Nov 22 Ljubljana, SL Orto Bar~
Nov 23 Budapest, HU Durer-Kert~
Nov 24 Bratislava, SK Fuga~
Nov 25 Prague, CZ Klub 007~

* with Red Apollo
^ with Hark
~ with Herder

BLACK TUSK‘s most recent album, ‘Pillars Of Ash’, was released this past January via Relapse. Check out the band’s (NSFW) video for the lead single ‘God’s On Vacation’, directed by Alixandra Petrovich:

Since the band’s formation over 10 years ago, BLACK TUSK have established themselves as one of the hardest working bands in rock. After four full-lengths, numerous splits and EP’s and thousands of shows under their belts, the punk/metal power trio was faced with an immense and unexpected tragedy in late 2014 when founding bassist/vocalist Jonathan Athon passed away after a motorcycle accident in his hometown. Now, as a testament to his profound and lasting legacy on the heavy music scene, the band has released ‘Pillars Of Ash’, the culmination of three brothers-in-arms’ blood, sweat, and tears and BLACK TUSK‘s finest accomplishment to date.

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